Jamie heads our neonatal appeal!

Jamie heads our neonatal appeal!

Our Surgical Neonatal Appeal is for a state-of-the-art unit for newborn babies and their families. Follow @AlderHeyCharity for updates.

Our award winning garden is coming to Alder Hey

Our award winning garden is coming to Alder Hey

Thanks to sponsors Project Giving Back we had an award winning garden at RHS Chelsea and it's coming back to Alder Hey for all to enjoy!

Start a monthly direct debit to make a difference today.

Start a monthly direct debit to make a difference today.

Setting up a direct debit online couldn't be easier and a regular gift lets us plan ahead, ensuring we help those we care for today and every day.

The 900 children we treat every day are our inspiration.

2022 is the perfect year to get involved!

10 Sep

Dragon Boat Festival

There’s something for everyone to enjoy at this family fun day by the seaside! Join us at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre!

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09 Jul

Coniston Challenge

This is a triathlon with a twist, but you don't need to be an athlete. Just get together with friends and enjoy a summer challenge.

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Local indie coffee experts Bean sponsor Oli’s Safari Walk

We are delighted to announce Bean Coffee Roasters as official sponsors of this year’s Alder Hey Charity Oli Safari Walk, taking place on Sunday 15th May at Knowsley Safari Park.

Hospi-Tales: A Year of Stories from Alder Hey

Comics Youth CIC is one of the amazing creative partners that help us to deliver our nationally recognised Arts for Health programme.

Blog: Trees

The most technically difficult part of the design was to create the ‘hedge tunnel’ effect into the garden using an ‘umbrella form’ tree combined with two other trees of the same species.

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