Children needing your sponsorship

Here, with their parents consent, we spotlight the children waiting to be sponsored.  If you would like to sponsor, please email us via our contact page (click on the sponsor button and it will take you directly to our contact page) and be sure to include the parent/nominator and child's name in your message and our sponsorship admin Lorraine will contact you to arrange it.



Stacey & Rhys 

Tetrology of fallot and Noonans syndrome

This is Rhys Jack Clifford Dean. He is 6months old now and been in hospital all of his life. He has Tetrology of Fallot and Noonans syndrome he had by shunt at 4 weeks old. His full repair was on the 14th July which he then got right heart failure and gut failure. So he got rushed for his 3rd open heart surgery to fenstrate the vsd. Which he has made a great recovery. Along with TOF  he has narrowing of the pulmonary arteries and vranch pulmonary arteries. Which have not grown they feel that they wont and have been given life limiting.

Kelly and Raegan

Hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS)

This is Raegan and she has Hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). Raegan is just out her second surgery at not even 2 weeks old. Raegan would love a bear to keep her company during her surgery's as she still has 2 more to have.

Mille and Austin Rae

Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Drainage (TAPVD)

This is Austin Rae who was born 13.02.17 at 1559 weighing 8lbs 2 1/2oz via c section 3 days early as he was breeched.   His condition is called Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Drainage (TAPVD). I would like a sponsor for my handsome boy cause he's been through a lot since day one, he's always fighting, he's had so much viral infections in and out of hospitals, he's a really cheeky smiley boy, loved so so much, always smiling when he attends hospital appointments, he's amazing getting his echo and ECG done ect, flirts with all the female nurses, he loves having something with him when he's out in the pram.

joanne and Thomas

Pulmonary Artesia and a large VSD

This is Thomas he is 6 months old now, he was born a happy healthy baby, but at 3 days old he stared going blue. They realised he had Pulmonary Artesia and a large VSD. He was rushed up to Bristol children's hospital to have surgery but before they could get him in he got sepsis and a infection it was a tough few weeks but He recovered in time for my surgery to be safely done.  This time the amazing Surgeons managed to put a band around his valve to help him start to recover and grow before needing the full surgery again. But know it's time again to start thinking about the next surgery he is a strong brave little man and I know he is going to get though it with a smile on his face.

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