Terry with Bea in hospital Bea, seriously ill in hospital Terminally ill children in isolation need you Terminally ill children in isolation need you

Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

Org #4655
Vetted since 2010
1986
year founded
$206,055
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
4
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Rainbow Trust Family Support Workers provide emotional and practical support to families that have a child suffering from a life threatening or terminal illness. They provide access to healthcare, education, therapy, welfare support and benefits for these families at the most traumatic time of their lives together with emotional support for the whole family.

Project Leaders
Karen Shortland
Karen Shortland
Hanne Widmer
Hanne Widmer
Team
Anne Harris, Zillah Bingley, Oonagh Goodman, Jayne Steele, Gina Hudson
Organization Information
Cassini Court
Randalls Road
Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7TW
United Kingdom
#44 1372 220083
Organization Information
Cassini Court
Randalls Road
Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7TW
United Kingdom
#44 1372 220083

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Your support helps families with a seriously ill child, like mine

By Terry | Dad to Bea and Eliza

At only 15 months old my little Bea suffered heart failure and cardiac arrest. She needed a heart transplant. She had emergency heart surgery to connect her to a Berlin heart. This is a mechanical... Read the full report ›

Your support helps families with a seriously ill child, like mine

By Terry | Dad to Bea and Eliza

At only 15 months old my little Bea suffered heart failure and cardiac arrest. She needed a heart transplant. She had emergency heart surgery to connect her to a Berlin heart. This is a mechanical... Read the full report ›

Your support helps families with a seriously ill child, like mine

By Terry | Dad to Bea and Eliza

At only 15 months old my little Bea suffered heart failure and cardiac arrest. She needed a heart transplant. She had emergency heart surgery to connect her to a Berlin heart. This is a mechanical... Read the full report ›
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