Arthur Mullis, from a small village near Shrewsbury, was just two years old when he died unexpectedly. His mum and dad, Alison and Nick, as well as his sisters, Mia and Katie, were devastated.
Watch the video below and read Arthur's story here
Thankfully, on this occasion, Hope House was there so Alison, Nick, Mia & Katie didn't have to suffer alone.
But, sadly this isn't the case for every family. Every week, three local families face their biggest fear and their child dies. Tragically, we can only afford to help one.
Hope House cannot stop children like Arthur dying but with your donation we can stop families suffering on their own.
Donate today to help us be here for local families like Arthur's when they need us most.
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Your help is vital so that we can provide the care and support that our children, young people and families so desperately need. We must raise over £6.3 million every year to maintain our services and receive just one month's funding from statutory bodies.
We offer a range of services including respite and end-of-life care at our two hospices and/or within the family home, and support such as counselling and advocacy. Bereavement support is offered to all children, young people and family members for as long as is needed.