Momentum Children’s Charity supports families across South West London, Surrey and West Sussex whose children are facing cancer or a life-challenging condition. We provide personally tailored support to the entire family, both in hospital and at home.
We’re there whatever the outcome, for as long as we’re needed, so that no family has to cope alone.
Being told your child has cancer or another life-challenging condition is devastating. and turns your life upside down.
All families are unique in how they deal with this and what they need, so we offer individually-tailored support through our family support programme; offering practical and emotional help, as well as a range of therapy services to help ease some of the stresses that come with a gruelling treatment plan.
Join the #CaptainTom100 special event to celebrate his achievements and help raise vital funds for Momentum Children's Charity.
Join Swim Serpentine for a one-day open water swimming festival staged in the heart of London.
Join #TeamMo for a stunning half marathon through London's Royal Parks and help us raise vital funds.
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With the nation on lockdown once again and our partner hospitals under increasing pressure, we thought we'd let you all know what has changed in regards to how we are working.
Thanks to generous funding from TP ICAP, we've given Royal Surrey County Hospital's paediatric ward a turtle-y cool makeover; transforming the hospital experience for hundreds of children.
Peaky Blinders' Joe Cole took on an epic 980 mile cycling fundraiser to help raise much-needed funds for Momentum Children's Charity during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
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 or helping with upcoming events? If so, we’d love to hear from you.