27th February 2020
We don’t want everyone to get too excited but we have rather a lot going on.
25th February 2020
This week, we are marking Rare Disease Day with a special video series featuring our Rare Disease Roald Dahl Nurses, who are based at the UK’s first centre for children with rare diseases located at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
25th February 2020
Having a rare disease can be really challenging and isolating. To find out more, we caught up with a family who is supported by one of our four Roald Dahl Rare Disease Nurses who are based at the UK’s first centre for children with rare diseases at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
20th February 2020
A brand new edition of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has arrived!
14th February 2020
2020 has been designated the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife by the World Health Organisation to honour the vital role played by nurses and midwives around the globe. Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity is marking this special year with a number of initiatives including:
13th February 2020
In case you hadn't heard, our rather wonderful Extraordinary Explorers range launched earlier this week.
10th February 2020
Calling all adventurers! An extraordinary expedition is about to begin!
27th January 2020
One of the young people and families that Roald Dahl Nurse Kat Bottle (AKA Kat Crocodile!) supports in Poole arranged a wonderful surprise for her in December to say thank you for being “such a force” in their family’s life.
23rd January 2020
Four of our marvellous Roald Dahl Nurses were among the special guests at Birmingham Children’s Hospital for the unveiling of a unique stained-glass window installation featuring some of Roald Dahl’s most iconic characters designed by Sir Quentin Blake.
3rd January 2020
Dominic (aged 13) is a SWAN child (Syndromes Without a Name), which means he doesn’t have an overriding diagnosis to explain the many issues that he has. He is currently on a few genetic research studies that are trying to map what each gene is responsible for.