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We urgently need your generosity to support seriously unwell children and their families

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Your donations enable us to help over 300 children with life-threatening illnesses and their families across Barnet, Enfield, Camden, Islington, Haringey and Hertsmere.

By choosing to donate to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice you join us supporting more families both at home and at our new facility The Ark.

Whatever you are able to give today will make a difference to life-limited children and their families across North and Central London and Hertsmere. 





A child is very special and I lost my son to cot death that was devastating at the time to lose a child for any medical condition is so cruel and so unfair. I want to make a regular small donation and when time allows I will increase the amount. I get very emotional when it comes to kids in such situations they just don't deserve it, when I see kids ill on tv there's one thing that amazes me they give a smile. I'm 65 and feel it my duty to support Noah's Children Hospice it is one of many out there crying out for more funds and its the one I chose.

Malcolm Spinks


Noah's Ark has been a part of our lives since my son got ill in 2012. We've been to family days, he's been out on various adventures, and his big sister has been away on Milly Days and outward bound weekends. The team and volunteers are bright, compassionate and dedicated - you all make such a difference to us and so many other families. Thank you!


This donation is on behalf of 15th Finchley Scout Group so please ensure it is allocated to their target


This donation is on behalf of 15t Finchley Scout Group so please ensure it is allocated to their target thanks


Well done to 15th Finchley scouts for completing their cycle ride

Clare Phelps


Good luck Betty x

Peter Lyons


Austin Spurs is honored to donate to such a great cause in honor of Steve(n) Statto Murray of Amsterdam Spurs. 


Congratulations and many more years.

Sidney Baginsky


15th Finchley Scouts

Frank Phillip


Happy 60th birthday Chris

Anthony Shelton


Enfield CCG held a Big Tea event and chose Noah's Ark as our charity


The Lord bless the works of Noah's ark children's hospice's hands. What you do is so inspiring, and I pray that the Lord continues to use you to bless many families. Even with miraculous signs and wonders. In the mighty name of Jesus. Amen


Thank you Lynette & Robert for a lovely tea. We'd like Noah's Ark hospice to benefit.

Barbara Burman


Well done to Barney Venes and all the members of 15th Finchley Scouts Group, who cycled part of the route from Lands End to John O'Groats on stationary bikes, to raise money for Noah's Ark. Love from Barney's family.

Polly Baker


The students at Brampton College and the Brampton Charitable Trust are happy to be able to support the wonderful work of Noah's Ark Children's Hospice.

Bernard Canetti


Our good friend and neighbour has asked for his 60th birthday donations be made to this wonderful charity, Noah's Ark Happy 60th Chris

Esther Allwood


From Raphy and Zac from Fifteen Finchley bike ride

Marielle Molette


this donation is from sponsorship money raises from Jake Weston of 15th Finchley Scouts

louise weston


My daughter raised the money by selling stuff


This money has been raised by Finchley Piano pupils and parents since January. We support all the activities of Noah's Ark and especially the music therapy of course!

Jennie Abelman


A donation for a worthy cause.

Zoe Elia


Lilia and Blanka from year 5 at St Monica's Primary School in Southgate, London organised a cake sale and raised £30.00 for your charity.


In memory of Dr. R B Moman


With all best wishes to Anthony and family.


In memory of Dr R. Moman, a wonderful GP who cared about each one of his patients.


From Scouts Finchley 15th

anahita Milligan


Well done anoush and all at 15th finchley scouts group

Briony Willis

We need to raise over £3 million each year to honour our commitment to our families. Of this only around 7% is funded by the NHS or local authorities.

By 2020, we project that we will be supporting 471 seriously unwell children, 801 of their siblings and 915 parents or carers. With at least 1,200 children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions in our catchment area.

We rely on your donation to help support our families whose children are experiencing life threatening illness across Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey, Islington and Hertsmere.

Read more about how we use your donation.