Cherry Orchard Online is a proud sponsor at the 2022 WellChild Awards!
A host of celebrities will recognise the courage of children and young people with exceptional health needs at the annual WellChild Awards, in London on September 8th. The Awards are run by WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children, and will be attended by the charity’s Patron, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex.
Also honoured at the prestigious star–studded ceremony are dedicated doctors, nurses health workers and siblings who have gone the extra mile to make a difference to the lives of seriously ill children, young people and their families.
Cherry Orchard Online are the proud sponsor of the 2022 Caring Child and Caring Young Person Award category at the WellChild Awards and we couldn't be more honoured to be part of such a special event!
Our very own Jackie Collins said: “The Well Child organisation has always held a special place in my heart and throughout the years we have always supported the invaluable work that they do. The support that they provide for children and their families is vital”
WellChild Chief Executive, Matt James said: “We are very grateful to Cherry Orchard Online for sponsoring the Caring Child and Caring Young Person Award category at this year’s WellChild Awards. Without the help and goodwill of our sponsors, this fantastic event, honouring the bravery of seriously ill children and the dedication of health professionals who care for them, would simply not take place.”
“There are more children and young people than ever before in the UK living with long-term, serious health needs. The WellChild Awards 2022, in association with GSK, will be a unique opportunity to recognise and highlight the immense challenges they have faced and to celebrate the remarkable positivity, resilience and spirit they have demonstrated. It will also help us to shine a light on the dedication of those around them, from siblings, professionals and volunteers who have gone above and beyond to help them through such challenging times.”