Tom’s Trust chosen as Charity of the Month by Cambridge Building Society

We are delighted to have been chosen by The Cambridge Building Society as one of the charities of the month for 2016! We are hoping that their staff will get involved with projects at the hospital to enhance the services we offer to children with brain tumours. The support of such a prestigious organisation and local business […]


UHY, Provisio and VBS challenge for Tom’s Trust

On Saturday 12 September, some of our wonderful supporters took part in the Ben Nevis Challenge to raise funds for Tom’s Trust. Three teams entered, one from each of their group of companies – UHY, Provisio Limited and Virtual Business Source. At the end of the fundraising period we are so proud to say that […]


Tom’s Trust benefit from the 2015 Sawston Fun Run

We were delighted to have been chosen as one of the benefitting charities for the 2015 Sawston Fun Run. This wonderful event, organised by the Rotary Club of Cambridge, Sawston saw local residents taking part in fundraising and running around the streets of Sawston Village. Grateful thanks to all who took part – click the […]


Tom’s Trust chosen as charity of the year for Fred. Olsen Travel, Cambridge

We are thrilled to have been chosen by the team at Cambridge’s Fred. Olsen Travel who are supporting us with a donation for every holiday booked when mentioning Tom’s Trust! Just call their experienced team to book your lovely holiday on 01223 373883 and they will help you choose a wonderful location with fantastic service […]


Debs is shortlisted for the Tesco Mum of the Year award

Deborah Whiteley, aged 47, of Cambridge has been shortlisted for the prestigious Tesco Mum of the Year Awards 2015. Marking its 10th anniversary year, the awards celebrate the wonderful things mums do. Deborah’s story was selected from thousands of nominations sent in by people all over the UK. Deborah set up Tom’s Trust in memory […]


Ashya King case highlights difficult choices parents have to make

Debs has recently appeared on BBC Radio Cambridge’s Paul Stainton show talking about the decision that Ashya King’s parents made to take him out of Southampton’s NHS Hospital to pursue treatment elsewhere. Such a difficult decision to make – what would you have done?  Listen here to Debs answering some pretty tough questions.

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Tom Holmes wins Diana award

The wonderful Tom Holmes won a prestigious award in October 2013 for his work raising money in the memory of his friend Tom Whiteley after setting up a run for Tom’s Trust. The Fun Run started in 2012 and attracts runners from all over Cambridge for a cross-country run. Tom wanted to do something to […]

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