Noah's Ark Children's Hospice is a community based hospice service providing support for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in Central and North London.
Our mission is:
to provide care and support for children and young people from birth who have a life-limiting or life-threatening condition. Our aim is to enable them to live full lives and to achieve their aspirations;
to ensure that families are able to live life as fully as possible whilst their child is still alive and go on to face the future with hope after bereavement.
In 2011, research commissioned by Together for Short Lives and conducted by Leeds University revealed that there could be at least 1086 children who would benefit from our help. Year on year Noah's Ark has seen an increase in referrals from families needing our support and we have expanded our services to meet that need.
Noah's Ark currently has an annual income target of £1.7m to provide our vital services. As a charity we remain dependent on private donations to provide our services with less than 10% of funding coming from the statutory sector.
Acorn hopes to be able to make a significant donation to this charity
as a result of our productions in 2017. Visit Noah's Ark Children's Hospice website here.
Since 1989 Acorn has been raising money for local charities whilst entertaining thousands of people with our high quality productions. Thanks to the support of our audiences and volunteers we have now donated over £75,000 to local charities. Acorn supports local charities - thank you for supporting Acorn.
Charities we have supported since 1989 include:
2nd Cheshunt Scout Group
Teens Unite Fighting Cancer
Quest Media (E.B.C.)
Breathe Easy (Enfield branch) of The British Lung Foundation
Borough of Enfield Voluntary Association for the Disabled (BEVAD)
Babywatch (at Chase Farm Hospital)
Roberts Ward (at North Middlesex Hospital)
Cheshire Home (on The Ridgeway)
M.E.Self Help Group
Waverley Gateway Club
Enfield Deaf Children's Association
Crossroads Care Enfield
Enfield Dyslexia Association
North London Hospice
Children & Parent's Advisory Group (C.A.P.A.G.)
Waverley Association for Special People(W.A.S.P)
Arnold House - Leonard Cheshire Home
Enfield branch of the National Autistic Society
The Friends of Cheviots Children’s Centre (Charity Number 268841)
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