Noah's Ark Children's Hospice provides vital community hospice services to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions under the age of 19 and their families in north London. Read more
Our Building the Ark Appeal is raising funds to construct what will be North London's only children's hospice building. Read more
At Noah's Ark, we build out our "hospice at home" care for Central and North London children, with bespoke support packages for each family.Volunteers magnify the support we can provide by 8,000 hours a year. However, we are meeting just one-tenth of the need, and less than 10 per cent of our income is available from the NHS.Our fundraising team is working hard to enable the expansion of community-based services, and complete our circle of care with a dedicated hospice.At the heart of our success is the support of our communities.For care queries, to donate, to volunteer or to support our charity shops, please call 0208 449 8877.
Looking for a new challenge? Whether it's jumping out of plane, climbing a volcano, or running the marathon, sign up to a TEAM Noah challenge event and make an impact on the lives of children with life-limiting conditions.
We welcome referrals of children and young people in London who meet our acceptance criteria and who live in the London boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey, and Islington.
Noah’s Ark is keen to recruit a diverse pool of volunteers who are able to meet the needs of our families. No matter what you do as a volunteer, you are playing a crucial part in supporting the care and services we provide to children and families.
With the addition of a new mid-level or senior nurse, we will at last be able to deliver full end-of-life care. Read more
The creative charity, Ingeenium, ran an inclusive and bespoke workshop for the seriously ill children that Noah's Ark supports. Read more
Roses are red (like Noah’s Ark t-shirts), violets are blue (like our mascots Henry and Harriet), how can you support us? We’ll tell you… Read more
Did you know there are 49,000 seriously ill children in the UK with health conditions that mean they may die young? Read more