Crash Bang Kids supports a number of charities. Some children we know have it tough, and we hope our contribution to these funds helps to make a difference. Please enter the relevant code at the checkout if you wish to support one of the following charities.
Christian Blandford has been through cancer twice. He had a clear cell sarcoma of the kidney in 2004 and it relapsed in late 2006 in a bone in his leg. He is currently in remission and is doing well. The aim of the Christian Blandford Fund is to raise money for hospitals where sick children are treated. Often treatment is given under a "joint care" program where a specialist hospital such as Great Ormond Street or The Royal Marsden provides the main treatment and the local hospital is used if, for example, a child gets an infection. The specialist hospitals are usually far more comfortable and well equipped than the local NHS hospitals where much of the care is given mainly due to extra funds from government and charity. This is why we have chosen to raise money for local hospitals that we discovered during Christian's treatment needed it more. So far, all the money raised has been donated to St George's Hospital in Tooting which was our local hospital during Christian's treatment.
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Brook is a sociable 13 year old boy with right-sided hemiplegic cerebral palsy. It doesn’t stop him having a go at most sports however, including skiing which is his main passion in life. Here he is skiing at the National Sports Centre for the Disabled (NSCD) in Winter Park, Colorado:-
Hemiplegia is a condition, which affects and weakens one side of the body. Around 1 child in 1,000 in the UK is affected by Hemiplegia. Children with Hemiplegia commonly need extra help if they are to compete successfully in the able-bodied world. HemiHelp transforms the lives of families living with Hemiplegia, by providing them with upport, one-to-one advice, events for children and parents and specialist literature. Their details are as follows: HemiHelp, Unit 1, Wellington Works, Wellington Road, London, SW19 8EQ, Helpline: 0845 123 2372, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: HemiHelp Website >
Olivia Hodson Fellowship Fund
The Olivia Hodson Fund was established in memory of Olivia Hodson who was two and a half years old when she died in April 1996. Olivia had a malignant germ cell tumour. She was a brave and happy child, who was healthy until her second birthday. The fund primarily supports projects centred at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute of Child Health. Click Here To Find Out More.
To add a 5% donation to your bill please use the voucher code "olivia5"
To add a 10% donation to your bill please use the voucher code "olivia10"
To add a 20% donation to your bill please use the voucher code "olivia20"