Time to meet Corey

Corey first came to Haven House when he was three and very unwell. It was the same day as our Summer Fayre. Seeing so many wonderful sights completely lifted his spirits.Read more

Time to talk

Our coffee mornings are an opportunity for parents and carers to meet with others who have similar life experiences and challenges.Read more

Time to meet Violet

As our longest-serving volunteer, Violet Pace has seen Haven House grow and grow over many years.Read more

Time to make friends

The brothers and sisters of the children we care for need support to express their feelings. We provide a regular group for them and it’s great fun.Read more

Time to heal

Our Director of Care, Eileen White, explains how bereavement support gives our families time to heal.Read more

Me Time

Our parents tell us that respite care at Haven House has saved their life. While their child stays with us, parents are able to take a break from caring 24 hours a day.Read more

Time to meet our Rejuvanessence practitioner

Anita Moses has been practicing Rejuvanessence since 2001 and has been offering her services free of charge to Haven House parents for nine years.Read more

Time to relax

For Yvonne, whose daughter Leah uses Haven House services, having a Rejuvanessence massage is often the only time she gets to relax.Read more

Time for music

Thanks to our supporters, The Amy Winehouse Foundation, six of our Buddies (siblings of the children who use the hospice) were invited to spend a day at Amy's Yard studio in Islington.Read more

Time to meet Kai

Maxine’s son, Kai, has cerebral palsy and spastic quadriplegia. He cannot walk or mobilise independently and uses a wheelchair. Maxine was referred to Haven House when she was at a real low point.Read more

Time for a break

Kristian's mum Mel talks about Haven House and what it means to her family.Read more

Time to meet Kristian

When Mel fell pregnant with her first child in 2008, she and her partner Sean were so excited.Read more