Children’s Hospice Week 2018

Supporting Together for Short Lives in making moments that matter

Meet Myles whose #LifesShort moment that matters is spending time with his family
Meet Myles whose #LifesShort moment that matters is spending time with his family
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Meet Myles whose #LifesShort moment that matters is spending time with his family
Meet Myles whose #LifesShort moment that matters is spending time with his family

During Children’s Hospice Week from 21 May to 27 May 2018, we are supporting our incredible charity partner Together for Short Lives in raising awareness of children’s hospices in the UK.

Together for Short Lives are a charity that helps children with life-limiting conditions and their families get the very best care and support they can to make the most out of every moment together as a family.

Moments that matter

Now in its 21st year, Children’s Hospice Week is the only week in the year that is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the 49,000 children in the UK living with life-limiting conditions, their families and the services that support them with every need.

This year’s campaign is all about moments that matter. At Center Parcs, there are plenty of opportunities to do what you love and really treasure time with your family. From building sandcastles on the beach to flying down the zip wire and everything in between.

We all want to make the most of every minute but for children with life-limiting conditions and their families, “Life’s Short” has a poignant meaning: they simply don’t have time to waste.

How can we help?

Children’s hospices give these families space and time to make memories and enjoy the little things that make life great, and that’s something worth celebrating! Help us to raise awareness during Children’s Hospice Week by creating moments that matter to you and sharing them on social media, using #LifesShort and tagging @togetherforshortlives on Facebook or @tog4shortlives on Twitter.

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Laura Cumberpatch