A2SEA wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year by donating money to three Childrens’ hospitals in Denmark, Germany and the UK respectively.
Donations in Denmark
Donation for H.C. Andersen’s Children’s Hospital, Tryllebjerget (the Magic Mountain), Denmark – read more here
H.C. Andersen’s Children’s Hospital performs diagnostics and treatment of all child related diseases, including diseases with newborn babies for the Region of Southern Denmark.
The purpose of Tryllebjerget is to gain funding to provide sick children with happy experiences and memories during their stay at the Children’s Hospital.
Donation in Germany
Donation to Förderkreis für krebskranke Kinder und Jugendliche e.V., Kiel, Germany – read more here
The society for the promotion of Children with Cancer was founded in 1985 by parents to ill children. It is a registered organisation with approx. 800 members.
The key targets of the “Förderkreis für krebskranke Kinder und Jugendliche e.V.” is the improvement of the situation for ill children as in-patients as well as ambulant-patients. Furthermore, the “Forderkreis” supports families financially and gives support as consultant on a wide range. The organisation offers care in an owned house near by the University Hospital Kiel and offers options for recreation for children with cancer and their families near Kiel.
Donations in the UK
Donation to Teenage cancer ward of Castle Hill Hospital, Hull, UK – read more here
Before Teenage Cancer Trust was founded in 1990, there was no specialist cancer care for young people offered within the NHS. Now there are 28 specialist units, 27 expert nurses and 23 youth support staff based at NHS hospitals across the UK, offering young people with cancer the very best care and support from the moment they are diagnosed.