We provide personally tailored support to the entire family, both in hospital and at home.
The coronavirus pandemic doesn't stop children being diagnosed with cancer or a life-challenging condition. It simply adds more fear and isolation for families already coping with unimaginable strain.
We're adapting our services the best way that we can. But at a time when our families need our support more than ever, we are facing a 50% loss of income and the terrible reality that we might not be able to be there for them. Please help us ensure that no family has to cope alone.
Could you dare to dye your hair a wild colour? Chop your locks daringly short? Even shave it all off? Be a Hair Raising Hero!
This September, take on 'Miles for Momentum'. Walk, run, cycle, skate - this is your challenge, your way.
Wing walk your way to fundraising glory with our new once-in-a-lifetime experience. This really is the ultimate bucket-list challenge!
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One month on, CEO and Founder, Bianca Effemey, reflects on the impact of coronavirus on Momentum Children's Charity and the families we support. Read the full statement here.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to the cancellation of many events and activities. But you can still get involved and support by taking on one of our brilliant virtual fundraising events.
14-year-old Phoebe was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in January 2020. Her extended family couldn't travel to see her in Edinburgh due to coronavirus so decided to cycle the 400 miles virtually instead!
There are loads of ways that you can continue to raise money for Momentum Children's Charity during the current lockdown. We’ve got plenty of virtual ideas to help get you started!
Could you spare some time to help us as a volunteer, either in the community, at events or in our busy office? If so, we’d love to hear from you.