The Helping Hands Charity was sent up in 2015 by Dr Lynne Riley for the benefit of the wonderful children who are treated for cancer at Barnet Hospital’s, paediatric oncology shared care unit. The aim of he Helping Hands Charity is to make the experience for children with cancer at Barnet Hospital as stimulating and positive as we possibly can. There are all sorts of ways in which we would like to do this - from providing family days out, iPads for in-patients to use, educational resources, toys, music, massage therapy and more.
There are a number of ways that you can help us. You might like to:
- make a donation, big or small (every penny counts)
- contribute on a regular basis
- take part in a sponsored event to raise money for Helping Hands.
Please give to Barnet Hospital Charity Fund No. 374 to ensure that your donation helps children with cancer.
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