Total raised so far £5,029
+ est. £611.50
Mitchell's Miracles, children’s cancer charity, was founded on the 4th July 2013 in legacy of Mitchell Huth. He was 7 years old when he lost his life to Neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer. It was due to Mitchell's bravery that his parents felt compelled to start this local children’s charity based in Romford, London.
Our mission is two-fold. Firstly, we want to raise awareness amongst the local and UK population about the early signs and symptoms of childhood cancer Neuroblastoma. Early detection of Neuroblastoma means that a child has a greater chance of survival, if diagnosed early. We also want to reduce the number of cases that are missed every year.
Secondly, it is our aim to be one of the best kid’s charities for childhood cancer in the UK. Raising vital funds to support families (emotionally and financially), whilst their child is receiving medical care, is a lifeline that helps families stay afloat and survive their journey. Our purpose is to give them one less thing to worry about and focus instead on what matters; taking care of their child and themselves.