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The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust Cio

RCN 1162907, Westerham

The relief of sickness of children with cancer and leukaemia receiving treatment in the Tiger Ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich, London or such other hospitals or organisations as the trustees may determine, by the provision of financial support to such persons and their families suffering hardship during their time of illness, and by any other charitable means

The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust is a vitally-important local charity – with an increasingly regional reach.

The charity has been raising funds to make improvements to cancer care for patients, families and medical staff across South London, North Kent and East Surrey aiming to change the lives of both adults and children suffering from cancer and leukaemia. Through a variety of fundraising initiatives, the charity has helped to transform healthcare and services across the regions by providing funds to improve and enhance patient care.

The charity provides assistance to oncology patients of all ages and staff teams at The Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, King’s College Hospital, Southwark, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Croydon University Hospital.

We operate from a small office in Tatsfield, Kent run by a small dedicated friendly team and supported by a growing number of volunteers.

We are a small charity with a big commitment to improving the lives of cancer and leukaemia patients and to helping the NHS to go above and beyond in their provision of care and their standards of excellence.

We simply couldn’t deliver on this mission and make the impact we do without the help of our amazing supporters.

Donations help in so many ways from transforming the bricks and mortar of our hospitals to putting colouring pens in the hands of young patients.

Your generosity will help fund:

  • NHS staffing and training
  • Refurbishment and facilities upgrades
  • Cutting edge clinical equipment and research apparatus
  • Childhood Cancer Support groups
  • In ward therapeutic play resources
  • Remote education technology
  • Sophie’s Lodge Appeal