Clowns In The Sky
Clowns in the sky charity aim to bring a smile to the face of sick children, and provide support to help their families at a stressful time.
Currently we have activity trolleys in oncology wards in many hospitals and shared care units, these trolleys can be enjoyed at anytime and provide a range of craft activities.
We take the playroom to the child when a child is too sick to make the short journey to the playroom or when the playroom is not open.
We fund Children’s Entertainment sessions.
We also support research in to childhood brain tumours in the hope to one day finding a cure. The inspiration for Clowns in the Sky came from a very special little girl ‘Jennifer Chambers’.
House Inspirational Figure
Michael Andrew Fox (born June 9, 1961),
Michael Fox is a Canadian and American activist and retired actor.
In 2000, he launched The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Today the world's largest non-profit funder of Parkinson's drug development, the Foundation has galvanized the search for a cure and is a commanding voice in scientific philanthropy. To date, they have raised over $1.75 billion dollars and moved the field closer to a cure
“The least amount of judging we can do, the better off we are”