Thank you! Jacob & Skylah-Mae looking out hospital window Skylah-Mae at one of her many check ups Sklah-Mae

Childhood Eye Cancer Trust

Org #26187
Vetted since 2014
1987
year founded
$6,687
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is dedicated to providing support to people affected by retinoblastoma (Rb). We work closely with the retinoblastoma teams at the Royal London Hospital and Birmingham Children's Hospital - the two UK centres of excellence where Rb is diagnosed and treated. Rb is rare and little known about within the wider public so we aim to provide accurate, up to date information and one-to-one support from the point of diagnosis and beyond, aiming to minimise the negative impact of the condition on the whole family. Early diagnosis is vital to ensure the best chances of preserving a child's vision and their life. We believe everyone should know that child... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Diane Emery
Diane Emery
Team
Patrick Tonks, Julia A Morris, Natasha Boydell, Lesley J Geen, Petra K Maxwell, Hayley N Davies, Lizzie Smalldon, Eve Holdsworth
Organization Information
http://www.chect.org.uk
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Royal London Hospital
Whitechapel Road,
London, E1 1BB
United Kingdom
020 7377 5578

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0359297066
Organization Information
http://www.chect.org.uk
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Royal London Hospital
Whitechapel Road,
London, E1 1BB
United Kingdom
020 7377 5578

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0359297066

Project Reports

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May 9, 2016
Thank you from CHECT families
Thank you from all of our families whose life and endless treatment journeys have been made just a little easier as a result of your generosity.   Whilst families will always need financial...
Feb 18, 2016
The difference you have helped make
It is the time of year when we look back at what has happened the previous year.  The information we collect is through gently asking parents of recently diagnosed children how their...
Nov 19, 2015
Skylah-Mae - one year on and still in treatment
Little Skylah-Mae is the face of our campaign, and a beautiful one too.  We thought you’d like to hear how Skylah-Mae’s treatment is coming along and how many trips her family have...
 
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