In these unprecedented times, the isolation and vulnerability we face today with COVID-19 is a picture we have already become far too familiar with at Tom’s Trust for the children we help every day. We are now all experiencing first-hand some of what children with brain tumours go through. The challenges of isolation and vulnerability […]
Listen to our founder Deb’s Whiteley talk about launching Tom’s Trust on Cambridge 105 Radio. Host Neil Whiteside interviewed our very own Debs, alongside Sarah Tucker from CKLG and Jenny Barker from Woodfines. They discussed what it takes to set up a charity from the legal and accountancy perspectives. They also discussed how legacy giving […]
It’s the Aviva Community Fund time of year … and we need your help! Help us crowdfund and support children with brain tumours for just £2. Your support could change the lives of 110 children for the better. We need to raise £3,850 to fund 110 initial psychological assessments for children with brain tumours. No […]
I’m not sure I could have ever predicted my life! … … And while there are parts of it that I would change just to see my son Tom again, to have my three children by my side, I really love what I do now. In 2010 our world changed forever when Tom was diagnosed […]
It was fantastic to have the opportunity to highlight the desperate need for Psychology on the James O’Brien show last week. We were interviewed live on LBC to talk about the work we do to ensure that no family goes unsupported. We’re incredibly proud of the coverage we’ve received over the last year through Global Make […]
We are so excited to announce that Global’s Make Some Noise has Granted £100,000 to support our work in Cambridge. We have been working with Heart Cambridge over the past year to raise awareness about the vital need for Clinical Psychology for children diagnosed with a brain tumour and their families. This phenomenal amount received […]
Pupils at St. Faith’s Preparatory school in Cambridge were delighted to have a visit from cricket legend Sir Alastair Cook during a cricket masterclass. Sir Alastair Cook is a huge inspiration to young cricket fans and was happy to pose for photos with them and do a fantastic #TforTom with the pupils. To read the […]
Tom’s Trust are delighted to have raised their first one million pounds since the charity was founded in 2011 by Tom’s parents, Debs and Andrew Whiteley. To read the article in full please click here.