Our largest children's ward refurbishment at Kingston Hospital
Our Crisis Appeal film
Like many other charities, Momentum Children's Charity faced huge financial losses when the impact of the coronaviruspandemicmeantmajor fundraising activities were stopped in their tracks. The pandemic didn't stop children being diagnosed with cancer and other life-challenging conditions, and the isolation of shielding and normal support networks being unreachable, meant the families we supported needed us more than ever.
Berkeley homes and Alfie's story 2016
Golden Bus Trip to Legoland 2015
Momentum Children's Charity hosted a wonderful trip to Legoland Windsor Resort on a Golden Bus (kindly loaned by Arriva) as a special pre-Christmas treat for some of the families we support.
Momentum Children talk about Cancer
A little girl called Roxanne, expressed a wish to make a film to help other children undergoing treatment for cancer. So we invited a small group of children to get together for a special ‘Circle Time’, to share some of their experiences whilst they were ill.
Momentum Children's Charity film 2013
This film was made by the Media Trust for Momentum Children's Charity in 2012. It is presented by our Patron Phil Glenister. Film directed by Gavin Toomey.
Tudor Morris Momentum Appeal 2013
Tudor Morris swam the Channel to raise funds for Momentum Children's Charity. Film directed by David Skynner.
Tudor Morris animated film
Tudor Morris has studied art at Bristol. He recently made this remarkable animated film about his first had experience of having cancer as a young teenager. He also took on an exceptional fundraising challenge for Momentum by swimming the English Channel and raising over £16,000.