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.
Will you give a child the gift of play?
Through the Time to Play campaign, Noah's Ark is raising awareness about the importance of play for seriously ill children….When managing several medical appointments for a seriously ill child, arranging time for play is not always a parent's priority. Many of the families we support find themselves living chaotic lives. Read more
Bear Grylls Survival Race
Push yourself to the limit and take on The Bear Grylls Survival Race on 3 October, to raise vital funds for Noah's Ark. Whatever your fitness level, choose from either a 5km or 10km survival race created by the man himself! Contact Simon Woods for more info. Will you take the ultimate challenge?
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
Twenty three Noah's Ark families recently headed to Paradise Wildlife Park to meet some weird and wonderful creatures. Noah's Ark Family Days enable the seriously ill children to enjoy quality time with their family, reduce isolation, and help develop a community where children with similar needs can integrate and meet one another in a fun and accessible environment.
Nearly £8,000 raised!
A BIG thank you to Sheldon Cordell, Lilian Cordell and our charity partner, Joelson Wilson LLP, who raised nearly £8,000 to help fund a new Specialist Nurse. Funds were raised through a special birthday run to mark Sheldon's 60th birthday. Read more