At Noah's Ark, we build out our "hospice at home" care, for Central, North London and Hertsmere 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 in Islington, Camden, Barnet, Haringey, Enfield and Hertsmere. For care queries, to donate, to volunteer or to support our charity shops, please call 0208 449 8877.

We’re delighted that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has announced a two-year charity partnership with us. Take a look here for more information.

Spurs Partnership

Our charity partner, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, is helping us to make every precious moment count for children and families.

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Author: Ghazal Tipu

How to make a referral

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, Hertsmere and Islington.

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Summer Appeal

What do Elsie and Zofia have in common? Their Noah’s Ark Specialist Carer, Jules. Jules is trained and guided by our Nurse Team Leader, Hayley, who is a Paediatric Palliative Care Nurse. We need more Specialist Carers like Jules and more Nurses like Hayley.

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Author: Ghazal Tipu

Target amount: £2,500.00

Amount raised: £700.00

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  • Zofia

    "Just to get out of the house with Zofia means packing the suction machine, oxygen, a feed, medication, everything has to be organised – it’s overwhelming for me but Jules makes a lot of things like this possible." Read more

  • Elsie

    “Elsie was so very wanted when she was born on 23rd February 2013. When they didn’t give her to us in the delivery room, we started to panic a little and knew at that point that something was wrong." Read more