Gift boxes for seriously ill children in hospitalCare

Tyler’s Trust

With our donation, Tyler’s Trust bought gifts and equipment for seriously-ill children in hospital

And our donation gave this charity gave even greater help than we anticipated during COVID-19.

Their Funding Support Officer, Juliet Stallard, explains how our donation helped them give a little bit extra to local children and their families during the pandemic.

“We would like to say a huge thank you to the Axis Foundation. You kindly donated £1,500 to Tyler’s Trust in 2019 towards essential equipment to support seriously-ill children in hospital. The equipment, DVDs and TVs you provided helped children in 2019. And when COVID hit in 2020, many of the children had to lock down in hospital. So the extra provisions you helped us with helped those children in local hospitals who were unable to get out of bed.

“It’s been an unprecedented year for us all. We have strived to support our families with sick and ill children through this year in as many ways as was possible.

“In May, we started to deliver our support boxes by post and hand deliver at a social distance to those that we could reach. These were specifically to help with mental stimulation activities (for the children) and hygiene and self-care packs (for all the family) in COVID lockdown. We have also supported new families with our core service support packs, gift boxes and support to local hospitals’ children’s wards (parental pack for overnight stays). We reached over 30 families.”

In 2020 the Axis Foundation made a further award to Tyler’s Trust, purchasing I-pads and tablets to help seriously-ill children in hospital.

More about Tyler’s Trust

Young Tyler underwent extensive surgery and radio therapy following a diagnosis of a brain tumour. During his long time in care, the thoughtful 12-year-old bought two young fellow patients a comic and a toy.

Their delighted reaction inspired Tyler. So, in 2014, he founded the charity Tyler’s Trust giving a Gift Box to patients who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour or are suffering from a life threatening condition.

Each box contains cheering gifts including a teddy, a bandana, a mug, pens, sweets and a voucher.

A local charity, supporting local children, West Sussex-based Tyler’s Trust, also supports siblings and family members at a time when hope is often lost or fading. As a twin Tyler knows how hard it can be for brothers and sisters of sick children. And, as well as giving gift boxes to family members, Tyler’s Trust also provides additional backup including through an annual family support day.

Tyler has been nominated for several awards in recognition of his courage. In 2018, he received a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his work. He says that his greatest achievement is the creation of Tyler’s Trust, whose patron is TV and radio presenter Fearne Cotton.

There’s more about Tyler’s Trust here

 

Keeping kids safe with OK OKCare

OK Our Kids

3 girls from Amateur Boxing Club, Swale Gloves pose in fight stanceDonations

Swale Gloves

Donations

Halas Hawks

Young child having swimming lessons with Level WaterDisability

Level Water

Child in grey Hypo Hounds t-shirt and black dogCare

Hypo Hounds

Little boy in goggles using assistive technology to communicateDisability

 Lifelites

helping children with autism, child with headphones in front of screenDisability

Time4Autism

Young disadvantaged children sailingCare

The Ahoy Centre

Mum holding baby, CASPA parents of children with autismCare

CASPA

Students sitting at tables studying to become Mental Health AmbassadorsEducation

Student Life

Axis CEO John Hayes handing over mini bus to Maypole charityDisability

The Maypole Project

Case of opthalmic equipment Fight against BlindnessCare

Fight Against Blindness

Woman and child reading togetherDonations

Literacy Pirates

Young girl in blue shirt riding brown pony Barrow Farm helping adults and children with disabilitiesDisability

Barrow Farm

young person holding poster standing astride red bike, 10 year logoCare

Cyclists Fighting Cancer

Axis foundation helps to fund specialist bathroom to young girlCare

Bathroom for Isabella

Interactive Sensory System for young people with disabilitiesCommunity

TAG

Care

HOPE

Arden Forest football team players posing in their green and yellow football kit.Donations

Arden Forest FC

A lady feeds a sheep at Stepney City FarmDonations

Stepney City Farm

Two children who attend Kids Care playing on jungle gym.Disability

Kids Care

Child plays with parent at CHAT children's charity.Disability

CHAT

Children show Christmas cards they made with charity Accuro.Community

Accuro

Five Men on summit of Arctic Mountain for Demelza Arctic Challenge FundraiserDemelza

Axis Arctic Challenge

Children play with child theraeutic equipment donated to Blooming Blossoms.Disability

Blooming Blossoms

Youths wearing For Jimmy T-shirts - a charity who safer spaces and communities in South East London.Community

For Jimmy

Child touches interactive wall in sensory room at Mapledown SchoolDonations

Mapledown School

Children enjoy physiotherapy swimming lesson at Waterwings swimming club.Donations

Waterwings

Stepney Scouts and scout leaders kayak down river.Donations

Stepney Scouts

Smiling residents of Bentilee VolunteersCommunity

Bentilee Volunteers

Disabled adults and children enjoy festival experience with help from Festival SpiritDisability

Festival Spirit

Man holding baby at Sparks Medical Research CharityCare

Sparks

Two girls at craft sessions at Newhaven YFCDonations

Newhaven YFC

Disabled pupils of Lonsdale School sit round a fire during camping trip.Disability

Lonsdale School

Child sitting in a mobility chair that has been donated to him.Disability

Vinnie James

Two people playing Table Tennis at Pimlico Foundation youth projectDonations

Pimlico Foundation

Braille at Clearvision for visually impaired childrenDonations

ClearVision Project

Child and teacher on Heltwate School trip to NorfolkDonations

Heltwate School

Wide Horizons logoDonations

Wide Horizons

3 children sit on large red chair at DemelzaDemelza

Demelza 2015

Children play dress up in Victorian clothes at the Ragged School in London.Donations

Ragged School Museum

Mother and child at Demelzas Hospice Care for ChildrenDemelza

Demelza 2014

Shooting Star nurse on home visits to families caring for a life-limited childCare

Shooting Star Chase

Man teaching life skills to disadvantaged children at Sport 4 LifeDonations

Sport 4 Life

Children playing with carers from the London Centre for Children with Cerebral PalsyDonations

LCCCP

Two silver Bears on a ribbon at Surrey SandsCare

Surrey Sands

Child learning horse riding at the Ebony Horse ClubDonations

Ebony Horse Club

Children with austism and learning disabilities at Tae Kwando club at Woodside SchoolDonations

Woodside School

Volunteers help to build sensory garden for Corbets Tey SchoolDonations

Corbets Tey School