Child first, patient second.Support us
We believe that nothing should get in the way of being a child. We exist to transform the experiences of children and young people in hospital so they can be a child first and a patient second.
We support and complement the work of Edinburgh's Royal Hospital for Sick Children (The Sick Kids) as well as other children’s healthcare settings across Scotland.
We support the work of the 'Sick Kids' hospital
Abseil from the Forth Rail Bridge
Support us and help transform lives
"Those essential extras, all funded by Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity, made Emily's hospital stay less scary and gave us fun rather than fear!"
Fiona Harvey, Emily's mum
We provide vital funding to a variety of projects
Supportive - of children, young people and their families
Dedicated - to achieving our outcomes
Encouraging - to all those who want to work with us
Friendly - towards everyone we deal with
Imaginative - in our approach to transforming children’s experiences
Fun - because having fun is important, no matter what your age
How we've helped
Making a real difference
Arts and activities
Our arts and activities make all the difference.Continue reading
Mum, Lisa, decided to help by raising funds, enabling SKFF to provide vein finders for the hosptialContinue reading
Lyndsey talks about how the Drop In Centre helped her.Continue reading
Paula explains why being away from home can be so toughContinue reading
Taking on the Big Fun Run 5K after doctors predicted she may never walkContinue reading
Fiona Harvey, Emily's mum, explains how it's been a long haul for her family.Continue reading
"We knew something was wrong"
Read about little Eve's fight and how her family has copedContinue reading
How ECHC provide a helping hand through traumatic timesContinue reading
Dancing for health
Our dance school partnership that's bringing boogie and ballet to the bedsideContinue reading
Halloween in hospital
Potion making and moreContinue reading
Our work in West Lothian
supporting St John's HospitalContinue reading