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About Tyler's Trust

During the months spent in various hospitals in Chichester, Southampton & London, Tyler was always really cheered up by receiving post, and little presents.

 

During Tyler's time in Clic House, when he was undergoing his Radio Therapy, he came into contact with other children having treatment.  In his last week, he bought the 2 children in the house a comic and a toy.  The response he received, was the driving force behind Tyler's Trust

 

Tyler now wants to bring a little sunshine into local children's lives, who have been diagnosed with a Brain Tumour, or are suffering from a Life Threatening condition.

 

His aim is to provide each child with a balloon in a box, together with a box of goodies, which will include items such as :- Teddy Bear, Bandana, Mug, Journal, Pens, Sweets and a voucher

 

He does not want to forget any siblings, and they too will receive one of these boxes.

The Trust's has evolved & we now also supply parental bags to the children's wards at several hospitals, which contain essential hygiene items to be used by families admitted as emergency's as well as toys & other equipment.

Patrons of Tyler's trust

Stuart McGinley

Radio host at spirit FM

Simon Fielding

Radio host at spirit FM

Nick Herbert

MP For Arundel and South Downs

Ferne cotton 

British television and radio presenter

"What a brilliant afternoon at the Tyler's Trust family day! Once again Tyler and his mum put so much love and energy into making sure every family had fun. Tyler's trust helps so many families in their local hospitals who have children with life threatening illnesses.

 

I met some incredibly special kids today and once again was inspired by Tyler's passion and outlook on life. The main thing I have walked away with is a true sense of love and support. There were some incredibly selfless people there today!" - Ferne cotton

Trustees of Tyler's trust

Tyler's trust is run by a small group of trusties who undertake the day to day operations of the charity, while also undergo their own responsibility's and objectives in their respective areas.