Children’s Overwhelming Support for WHH Charity

By June 19, 2020News

Hospital thanks children for their fundraising efforts so far & asks them for continued help

Children from across the area have been unfaltering in their efforts to raise funds for WHH Charity over recent months – running, skipping, cycling, taking part in all manner of sponsored challenges to raise funds to help the patients and staff at Warrington & Halton’s Hospital sites.

Lots of children and teenagers have also spent time making items and donating them to the charity to bring a smile to those in need and the charity wants to say, “Thank You & please keep it up!”

Helen Higginson, Head of Fundraising at WHH Charity, said: “We have received so many lovely handcrafted items from children – poems, cards, key rings, pictures which are so well received. We have also been hugely grateful to all the children who have been fundraising for us by doing lots of different challenges.

Just a few of the children who have supported WHH Charity
Harry Smithers Baked & delivered a Rainbow cake
Aneeshwar Valmeti 10 day cricket challenge
Millie Wrote a poem
Tabitha & Teddy Armer Ran 100 laps around their garden raising
Cealan & Keava Graham Delivered patient packs
2nd Lymm Guides Contact: Lucy Williams Put together and delivered patient pamper packs
Mac Finn Ran 100 laps of the school field raising
Chloe Walker Rainbow picture
Heidi Making & selling Rainbow Key Chains
Macy Owen Macy’s Rainbows Facebook Page – Macy has made thousands of rainbows to sell from Hama Beads – including keyrings, car mirror hangers
Stockton Heath Brownies Get Well Cards
Delilah and Elsie Wilson Sold their old games, books & toys to raise funds
Warrington Wolves Girls Held a bake off and delivered the cakes
Warrington Futsal under 14s Collecting Groceries
Teddy Hewitt Teddy’s 30 mile run
Finn Morrison 2020 Keepie ups with a balloon in one hour

“The message from us is a massive thank you and please don’t stop! We need your support more than ever as we learn to operate our hospitals with new restrictions and visiting on our wards continues to be suspended.”

At the start of the pandemic the WHH Charity pledged to send patients home with a bag of shopping and those in need of them with a fresh set of clothes. While family visits are still limited patients need this support more than ever and the charity wants to continue to this for patients when they are discharged to make their lives a little easier as they settle back into their homes.

Should you wish to donate to WHH Charity please visit

To donate non-perishable goods or to let us know about your fundraising efforts please get in touch with our team on 01925 662 666 or email