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East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices


from Charles Paull Chairman Board of Trustees and Graham Butland Chief Executive

Graham lending a hand with building work at the site of our new hospice for Suffolk and Essex

Charles chatting with guests at the official launch of our Treehouse Appeal

The year covered by this report was one of considerable achievement for EACH.

We also completed significant improvements to our Quidenham hospice extending the accommodation for families. This and the new hospice will enable us to The highlight was the very successful Treehouse Appeal further expand the amount of care and support that we which saw the funds required to build our new Treehouse can offer to children and their families across East Anglia. hospice in Ipswich raised in less than a year and the During this year we provided care and support to 547 building completed. The support that the appeal received families, an increase of 18% on last year. from the community in Suffolk and Essex was tremendous and we have made many new friends in the two counties. Much of this increase is as a result of our neonatal and oncology care pathway work, in partnership with Raising £3 million so speedily during a time of economic Addenbrookes and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals, difficulty would not have been achieved without the and the introduction of our new True Colours Symptom tremendous support of our media partners BBC Radio Management Team. The way in which we are developing Suffolk and the East Anglian Daily Times. We are grateful our services continues to attract interest from the wider to them and to everyone who contributed to one of palliative care sector and members of the EACH staff have been invited to make presentations at a number the most successful charitable appeals that of national conferences. East Anglia has seen.

Reaching our £3 million target for the Treehouse Appeal

Our brand new hospice for Suffolk and Essex

We received tremendous community support for our appeal

Significant improvements were made to our hospice at Quidenham

We provided care and support to 547 families – an increase of 18% on last year

Our new True Colours Symptom Management Team


The esteem in which our services are held is demonstrated by the fact that we secured Department of Health funding for 17 care development projects to examine innovative approaches and improvements to care and to commission independent evaluations of our service. It is however the words of the families that use our services that are probably the strongest testament to their value. Over the next few pages, three families share their personal experiences of the care and support they have received from EACH. Despite the difficult economic times, EACH has continued to be successful in raising funds and we have again recorded a healthy surplus. Our fundraising team recognises however that raising funds in the next few years is likely to be more challenging. As a result we have restructured our team to provide a more local focus in each of the four counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.

In the coming year we shall use some of our reserves to refurbish our hospice at Milton. Refurbishment is now being planned for our We shall also be Milton hospice developing plans to expand the amount of care and support that we can offer. The Board is particularly keen to examine ways in which the amount of short break care offered to families can be increased. We shall also be reviewing the way in which bereavement support is offered in the light of the independent review of this aspect of our work. The success of the charity is down to the efforts and commitment of many people. Our staff, whether they work in care, fundraising, retail, or essential support services, are among the most dedicated staff that any organisation could have. Together with the substantial number of people who so generously give up their time to volunteer they are the backbone of EACH. Among those who offer their time without financial reward are the Trustees of the charity. They play an essential part in the governance of the charity and also lend their individual skills and expertise to assist the organisation.

Our success in fundraising continues across all four counties

In addition to the expansion of our care services our trading subsidiary Stable Trading Limited has continued to grow. A further two shops were opened during the year, in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, and the gross income from the shops exceeded ÂŁ1 million for the first time. This part of our organisation also continues to play a significant role in encouraging recycling.

Our new shop in Bury St Edmunds

Despite our successes we do not intend to rest on our laurels. The publication of the Palliative Care Funding Review, in which EACH made a significant contribution, offers the possibility of new opportunities to further develop and expand our services. We believe that the model of care that we have been developing over the last five years has positioned us well for the future. Finally, we would like to give a big THANK YOU to everybody who has contributed to EACH during the year. Charles Paull Chairman Board of Trustees

A strong team – our staff, volunteers and trustees together at our 2010 AGM

Graham Butland Chief Executive


Lea Clarke is nine-years-old and receives care and support from the care team based at our Treehouse hospice in Ipswich. She lives with her mum and dad, Jo and Jon, her 12-year-old brother, Kieran, her twin sister Abbi, their cat Pilchard and dogs Woody and Buzz! Jo said: “We were referred to EACH when Lea was just three months old, due to constant fits. They got more frequent and at one point Lea was having 100-120 fits per day. “We would stay in hospital for months on end and even after lots of tests no-one could tell us why Lea was so illand there still is no diagnosis. “As the fits got worse Lea lost the ability to smile. She was registered blind, had to be fed pre-digested milk, suffered chest infections and at one point underwent a lumbar puncture and didn’t register pain. It was really tough on all of us, but EACH has always been there for us.” But there have been many positives in Lea’s life, and as she has grown up, she and her family have benefitted from advance therapy which has enabled her to eat, smile, gain some vision and wear glasses- she even goes to school. This therapy, alongside care and support from EACH has helped the family no end.

“Staff from The Treehouse come to our home and pamper Lea. She has specialist play sessions and music therapy and is generally spoiled by them! The home visits are invaluable. “Through all the doctor appointments, hospital visits and countless tests, EACH has been the one constant thing in our lives.They have supported us all the way and we would be lost without them.” Lea loves music and she and her family recently visited The Treehouse and performed at the ‘Music in the Woods’ event. Lea has recently joined the Brownies and this will go towards her getting her first Brownie badge! Jo said: “Lea is a remarkable little girl and EACH has really helped her. Going to the hospice is like being part of a beautiful, exclusive club. It’s filled with wonderful caring people who give so much joy to us and all the children and families who visit.”


Ollie Duell lives with his Mum and Dad, Claire and Gavin, and 12-year-old sister Georgina, in Cambridge. Ollie has care and support from our Milton hospice. Claire said: “Ollie was referred to EACH aged two and we simply wouldn’t be able to cope without them. We get support for the whole family. Gavin has been to the male carers’ nights and Georgina goes to sibling days. “Ollie has a digestive condition which caused him stomach pain and he was unable to eat - doctors refer to it as pseudo-obstruction of an unknown cause.

“EACH is so important - I can drop Ollie off at the hospice and go away knowing he’s cared for and looked after, while I get a little bit of time on my own.

“The hospice is the only place I can leave him knowing everyone there can cope. Even simple things like going shopping are a huge ordeal. We have to take two pumps “Ollie had his first operation when he was only eight with us and an emergency kit in case he becomes unwell. weeks old, and went on a waiting list for transplant Time at the hospice for Ollie means I can do the things surgery. On October 8 last year we received a phone call other people take for granted, and Ollie gets to have fun and we had to get to Birmingham hospital in one hour for and the care and support he needs. He loves it there. Ollie to have a transplant operation. The surgery was “Everyone at EACH is amazing and I can’t think how we’d huge - he had a stomach, bowel, duodenum and cope without them.” pancreas transplant. “The surgery was definitely what he needed, but Ollie is much more difficult to look after now - knowing his organs could be rejected at any time. He was unable to eat for the first six years of his life, but surgery means he now can.The first thing he ate was mashed potato!


“After the operation it was like a second birth. We took Angelina Faith Mills is the daughter of Lisa and Stephen from Gresham in Norfolk, and sister to Jodie, Angelina to the hospital as a baby and brought home a little girl. 22, Luca, 10 and Stefan, 9. Angelina, born on June 2, 2009, has a rare incurable neurological condition “Her weakness worsened on her left side; we were told called Sturge Weber Syndrome. Angelina and her this was the downfall of the surgery and she would never family are supported by EACH and this is use her left hand again. She wears supports to make her Angelina’s story, told by her mum, Lisa. more aware of that side. Through therapy and time Angelina’s left side of her brain should take over “When Angelina was born she had a birthmark which ran the functions of what the right used to do. from her forehead through her right eye, nose and cheek, known as a port wine stain. “Angelina needs lots of stimulation, and the EACH play specialist at Quidenham has been great. She visits us at “Angelina began to have seizures aged 18 weeks, became home, and brings toys and activities to help with weak on her left side and suffered developmental delay. development. She taught Angelina to pass through We were told that the birthmark is normally cosmetic, play, and Angelina now says ‘ta’ when passing. but in Angelina’s case it had caused this rare condition called Sturge Weber Syndrome so she was referred to Great Ormond Street Hospital aged six months.

“Angelina loves story time with her and has now started to join in with actions. She surprises everyone by showing off new skills; we’ve now seen a side of Angelina we didn’t think we’d ever see.

“The seizures worsened and medication wasn’t working, “The surgery has been so successful that Angelina completed we were told the type of epilepsy she had was lifea two-mile sponsored walk in June completely independently threatening so Angelina underwent a seven hour operation to disable one half of her brain and remove her to raise funds for Sturge Weber Foundation UK. temporal lobe when she was only a year old. “EACH really has helped Angelina to get to where she is today. They are so supportive to the whole family in so “It was a high-risk operation. Our son Luca said ‘what if many ways I can’t thank them enough.” she dies?’ and I told him Angelina was going to be OK. I’d then go to the kitchen and have a good cry. It was hard Angelina’s Dad Stephen said: “Shes’ like my little on him and his brother Stefan - it certainly made them butterfly. After the surgery Angelina is finally out of the grow up. chrysalis; full of colour and life and flying high.”


Trustees from the Magic Moments Charity present their donation to the Treehouse Appeal.

Treehouse Appeal From 2009 to 2011, we received magnificent support from so many trusts and foundations to help build and equip our new Treehouse hospice for Suffolk and North Essex in Ipswich. We wish we could list everyone here, but send our warmest thanks to you all and in particular the following major contributors: Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust The Wolfson Foundation Lord Belstead Charitable Settlement Suffolk Freemasons Garfield Weston Foundation Henry Smith Charity The Suffolk Foundation

A continuation of support...

Cancer Care Foundation

Alongside the Treehouse Appeal, we are also immensely grateful to those trusts which continued to support EACH’s care and family support services at Quidenham and Milton – and at our Walker Close hospice in Ipswich until the Treehouse building was completed. In this regard we want to say a special thank-you to:

C Charitable Trust Greenfingers Charity St James’s Place Foundation Sudbury Educational and Training Trust Mrs LD Rope Third Charitable Settlement Greendale Charitable Foundation The Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons Fund of Benevolence Wooden Spoon Charity Charles Hayward Foundation RJ Paul Charitable Trust MJ Paul Charitable Settlement Leslie Mary Carter Charitable Trust The Albert Hunt Trust PJK Charitable Trust The Childwick Trust Fonnereau Road Health Foundation Suffolk Life Charitable Foundation The Hobson Charity Ltd The Broomton Foundation The Echo Trust Magic Moments Crane Fund for Widows and Children Scarfe Charitable Trust Mrs Hilda Beer Charitable Trust

The Fairstead Trust, John and Lucille Van Geest Foundation, The Ellerdale Trust, Simon Gibson Charitable Trust, Chiron Fund, Girton Town Charity, Geoffrey Burton Trust, Annandale Trust, Annie Tranmer Trust, Paul Bassham Trust, Haymills Trust, Earl Fitzwilliam Trust, Sharegift, Edgar E Lawley Foundation, Hugh Turner Trust, Lady Hind Trust, Spurrell Trust, DC Moncrieff Trust.


Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 March 2011

Where each pound came from

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Donations and gifts

36

Statutory funding

27

Legacies

17

Stable Trading shop turnover

10

Trust income

9

Investment income

1

Where each pound went to

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Care costs, education, training and research 73 Cost of generating funds

16

Stable Trading shop costs

10

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