Noah's Ark Children's Hospice provides community based hospice services for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in North London. We have supported over 250 families to date.
The children we work with have a range of conditions and often have very complex needs. We support them, their parents and siblings, addressing emotional, clinical, social and practical needs.
Our Building the Ark Appeal will raise the funds that will enable the construction of a state of the art hospice building to complement our community-based programmes.
Thank you to Rainbow Run participants
The Arts Depot recently hosted our seventh Volunteer Thank You Evening. Ru Watkins, thanked the audience of volunteers for delivering over 20,000 hours of support in the last year. During the evening, Denise, mother of Kye, gave us a glimpse into her family's world during her moving speech. "It's easy to underestimate the voluntary work you do with families like ours" she told the captivated audience. Thank you to Denise and all our volunteers and supporters who made it such a special night.
Sahara Trek: November 2015
Sign up to our Sahara Trek, and raise vital funds for Noah's Ark! From flat desert floor scattered with ancient fossils to perfect wind-blown sand-dunes, and salt-pans creating mirages, a trek in the Sahara is diverse and demanding. Join TEAM Noah for an unforgettable adventure Read more
Noah's Ark is recruiting!
Becoming a member of the Noah's Ark team gives you the chance to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. APPLY to be part of our dynamic and passionate team Read more
*New* Poetry Book
We're seeking to raise vital funds through the launch of our brilliant new poetry book "The Goldfish Who Couldn't Swim". This book of wacky and humorous poems was written pro bono by Sue Gordon and illustrated by Stuart Brendon. The book is available for just £5 - order it TODAY by calling the Noah's Ark office, or find it at our charity shops or a Summer Fair near you!
'A home from home'
As part of our ongoing commitment to listen to the needs of children and families, Noah's Ark has completed a consultation to determine expectations for our Beacon that is due for completion by 2017. Read more