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'Children's Hospice Week' news stories:
Feb 12 2013
Be a hero and help raise money for children’s hospices
Children’s Hospice Week is the UK’s only awareness and fundraising week for children with life-limiting conditions and the services, like children’s hospices, that support them. It takes place this year between 26 April and 3 May, culminating with Superhero Friday – a special day of hero inspired fundraising.
May 21 2012
Thomas Cook Children's Charity help make Disney Dreams Come True
Thomas Cook Children's Charity, partner of Together for Short Lives, generously funded a recent trip of dreams to Disneyland Paris for families from Acorns Children's Hospice.
May 18 2012
All England player kicks off Children's Hospice Week
Alex Corbiseiro, all England Rugby player and supporter of national charity Together for Short Lives, kick started Children's Hospice Week (18-25 May) with a visit to Helen & Douglas House in East Oxford yesterday.
May 18 2012
Daybreak backs Children's Hospice Week
Together for Short Lives, has teamed up with Daybreak to encourage viewers to dress as their favourite super hero to raise awareness and money.
May 17 2012
Simon Cowell backs Children's Hospice Week
As part of Children's Hospice Week celebrations Simon Cowell, Patron of Together for Short Lives, has been meeting families from one of the UK's 49 children's hospices.
May 16 2012
Kapow! to raise money for Together for Short Lives
Kapow! is taking place at Business Design Centre, London on 19 and 20 May 2012, and this year the event will be raising money for Together for Short Lives.
Apr 20 2012
Children's hospice garden to make show at Chelsea
A children's hospice in Loughborough is opening a 'contemplation garden' at the world famous, Chelsea Flower Show during this year's Children's Hospice Week (18-25 May).