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Athletes surprise Box4Kids at Anniversary Games

By |July 11th, 2017|

The Anniversary Games is one of the biggest athletics sporting events of the year, attracting big stars including Britain’s Mo Farah, Laura Muir and Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

Thanks to a kind box donation from British Athletics, Barrie was able to welcome … Read the rest

June’s event round-up

By |June 30th, 2017|

June has been another fantastic month for Box4Kids! Barrie Wells invited 88 seriously ill children and their families to be VIPs for the day at major sporting and entertainment events across the country. These exclusive experiences provided a welcome break … Read the rest

Box4Kids invites deserving children to be VIPs at Sandown Park Racecourse

By |June 23rd, 2017|

On Saturday 17th June, Box4Kids invited 5 children from our Southern hospitals to enjoy a VIP day at Sandown Park Racecourse with their families.

The children who attended are currently undergoing treatment for illnesses such as leukaemia, brain tumours and … Read the rest

May’s event round-up

By |June 9th, 2017|

This month we invited over 170 seriously ill and disabled children and their loved ones to enjoy a VIP experience away from strenuous hospital treatment.

This May, we celebrated a brilliant end to the football season at Liverpool FC, saw … Read the rest

Box4Kids gives VIP experience to seriously ill sports fan

By |May 15th, 2017|

This weekend, we arranged for four young sports fans from Yorkshire hospitals to enjoy an exclusive VIP experience at Leeds Rhinos. One of these children was 17-year-old Edward. This is his story.

Edward’s mum, Melanie, describes him as being curious, … Read the rest

Paralympian helps to inspire seriously ill children with Box4Kids

By |May 5th, 2017|

British athlete, Graeme Ballard, has had a fantastic career to date. From winning a silver medal at the London 2012 Paralympics to being a former world record holder, Graeme has achieved an incredible amount.

When he was born prematurely, Graeme … Read the rest