How we can help you

The foundation will help to support families who have a child in long term hospital care.

There are 3 ways that we can help:

Kim’s Story

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Another Story

Having such access to the Olivia Mae foundations funds for families, often in crisis, or at very short notice is just such a massive help.  We do not have access to funds like this via any other means, we use family fund with most families we work with, but this is an application process which takes several days, so having access to Olivia Mae has been invaluable.

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Donna’s Story

I also want to say thank you for supporting my family while we are going through a horrendous time. My 6 month old baby girl Ada is in Freeman hospital on ward 23 waiting on a heart transplant. We live in Glasgow but have had to split our family in two as my husband had to go back to work and also look after my older girl Lucy who is 2. I stay with Ada in Newcastle during the week and my husband and Lucy visit at the weekend. The money you have given us has helped with travelling costs and we are very grateful as this keeps us together as a family.

When we are back on our feet we will definitely give back to all the charities who have helped us by fundraising for them.

Donna, Andrew, Lucy & Ada Rainey

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