Blessing travelled all the way from Knysna to receive special treatment at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital. He suffers with multiple food allergies, causing him to have persistent nausea and vomiting. It has been a long and exhausting journey for little Blessing. He is now on a special diet and is starting to eat again and gain back his strength. Let's send Blessing best wishes.
How many Col'Cacchio pizzeria Celebrity Chef pizzas have you tried? R5 from every pizza sold will be donated to the Children's Hospital Trust and the promotion ends in April - so get eating!
Every parent dreads the day that something bad happens to their child. For Audrey, her worst nightmare came true on a Saturday afternoon when her son, Liam, was accidentally knocked over by a motor vehicle. Today is World Head Injury Awareness Day, read Liam's story here [ Link ]
Meet Zoe, she has captured the hearts of so many with her sweet nature. She suffers with Epilepsy and has been in hospital twice as a result of her seizures. Doctors at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital have been giving Zoe the best medical care and after spending a week in ICU she can finally go home with her mom.
Greg Bertish and The Little Optimist will be entering this year’s MAC (Milnerton Aquatic Club) 24 hour Challenge on 18 and 19 March to raise funds for his two favourite charities, NSRI and Children’s Hospital Trust.
Please support this exciting event, and help us raise some much needed funding [ Link ]
We're excited for the All Things Yummy & Easter Bunny Show! R1 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Children's Hospital Trust so get your tickets here [ Link ]
Good luck to Andrew and his team of Bodytec Flyer who are competing in their final race tomorrow! They have been sailing the Lufthansa Twilight Race Series since February and are raising funds for the Children’s Hospital Trust. If you would like to follow their exciting adventure or donate funds in support, please visit: [ Link ]

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Thoughts are with the children and their families who are affected by the several fires around Cape Town this past weekend. During this time we are grateful for the life-saving and world-class Burns Unit at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital and are reminded how important it is to have a unit like this one, which offers so much support, healing, care and specialised treatment.
Wishing our cyclists who are riding in this year's Cape Town Cycle Tour for the Children's Hospital Trust the very best with your race on Sunday. Thank you for giving back childhood.
It's great to see what an impact the Bertish brothers are making! Our Trust Ambassador Greg Bertish's brother, Chris has completed the first SUP across the Atlantic Ocean, which took a grueling 93 days! He raised over R5million for 3 amazing charities, Signature of Hope Trust, The Lunchbox Fund and Operation Smile South Africa. CONGRATULATIONS Chris!
Today we celebrate World Kidney Day. The first renal transplant at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital was performed in 1968 and since 1990, an average of eight kidney transplants have been performed a year on children at the Hospital. One-year-old Isabella is one such patient. Read her story here [ Link ]
You can make a difference! Support the Children's Hospital Trust at the 2017 Cape Town Cycle Tour – click here for more info: [ Link ] #CTCTFundRacers
RB6 Soccer School will be participating in this year's IBER CUP which will take place between 11-15th July in BARCELONA SPAIN.
Follow the boys' journey as they play for the kids who can't and help raise funds for the Breatheasy Programme SA
Baby Inako was born with a hole in her heart, but after a successful operation at the Red Cross Children's Hospital, she was placed in an isolation cubicle with the best equipment, to ensure she remained stable and healed properly. Her mom never left her side and because of the newly upgraded ICU unit, they had enough space and privacy in the cubicle. Sending wishes to Inako for a speedy...
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Some of our Trust Ambassadors popped in this week to spend some time with patients at Red Cross Children's Hospital. They had so much fun snapping pics and sharing stories. Thank you Guy McDonald, Greg Bertish and Zoë Brown for bringing smiles to so many faces!
Sinazo gave birth to her little boy Phawoluhle on an ordinary Tuesday, but for her it was a day of hope and expectancy. Imagine her pain when she discovered he was born with a rare disease and would have to spend the first few months of his life in ICU at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital. Read Phawoluhle's story as we recognise Rare Disease Day today and how you can make a difference. [...
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"Why does this have to happen to me?" asks eight-year-old Matthew, who has endured an exhausting three months of needles, examinations and hospital visits. Read his story of hope and healing and let's send Matthew wishes for a speedy recovery [ Link ]
Kiara is only two-years-old, but she has already had to fight to stay alive. Due to Viral Pneumonia she stopped breathing when she was just three months old. Read her story and how the Red Cross Children's Hospital saved her life. [ Link ]
These are just a few nurses from the Oncology Unit at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital, who along with the rest of the staff are selfless in everything they do. As we celebrate Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to thank them and acknowledge that without their dedication and expertise, many children would not get the fighting chance that they do.
Great progress is being made on painting the Red Cross Children's Hospital! All repair work has been done and the primer is being applied. It's really starting to take shape. Huge thanks to each and everyone of you for all your donations and support!

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