Alice’s Arc delivers goody bags to children with cancer at Great Ormond Street Hospital

We were delighted to deliver Alice’s Arc goody bags to Great Ormond Street Hospital. Covid-19 has made things increasingly complicated for families who have a child with cancer. Visiting rules have changed and so it’s hard to access support during hospital stays. Plus parents can’t switch around staying nights as easily. We wanted these goody bags to put a smile on these families faces.

The Carpenters donated high quality headphones. Local businesses such as The Chocolate Shop, The Little Cake Company, The Little Things and Up, Up and Away donated branded sweets, chocolates, branded biscuits and beautiful balloons. Other items included superhero masks, balloons, key rings and more. Big thank you to everyone who helped create these special bags.


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