Samuel started this charity aged 9 years old while fighting cancer.  He wanted to help other seriously and terminally ill kids like him.

Samuel's charity now supports many underfunded children's wards and individual sick children across the UK, providing essential equipment, support and entertainment to bring a Smile when it is needed most.

Check out our new YouTube Channel called Less Boring

The Channel was started to create a new way to get support for Samuel's Charity.  Simply watch and Subscribe and we will be able to succeed in our goal to secure a company to sponsor us. The sponsor will provide the essentials for the children's wards.

We're making days Less Boring when kids are stuck in hospital wards or at home.

We've got How-To videos using every day stuff for crafty and fun ideas and activities and Pie in the Face challenges plus many more fun ideas and videos to keep the kids happy and full of ideas.

Go to our YouTube Channel

How we help: Transforming lives of seriously ill kids

Your support helps us improve underfunded children's wards across the UK. As a kids charity we help decorate wards, provide otherwise unobtainable medical equipment like Accuveins, air conditioners, beds for parents, blood testing equipment and much more. All these make the day to day lives of the children so much better and help them to recover. 

We provide entertainment equipment - Xbox's, TVs, DVD players, iPads, Tablets, sensory equipment, toys, books, games, craft equipment and update playrooms. If it makes a child smile and bring some joy, some relief and happiness to a dark time then we do it.

We also help individual children. Our kids charity grants wishes - Tablets, computers, holidays. Whatever brings a Smile. A Tablet is often the only thing a very sick child can use - if they are confined to bed then a Tablet or iPad is a way to communicate with friend and family, they can watch Netflix or TV and play games. They can even do homework to stay up to date with their class mates.

Donate and Make Smiles.
Every penny makes a difference.

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