Support for children
Support for children during a parent’s cancer diagnosis, treatment, recurrence, bereavement & beyond.
Emotional and practical support
Providing emotional and practical support to children and young people during a parent’s cancer & beyond.
Refer into us
Refer into us via our downloaded form to access support for your children.
What Your Donations Can Do
provides an Ozzy the Elephant teddy for cuddles and comfort.
sends Mum & kids to Pizza Hut for respite during Dad’s treatment.
funds a local Animal Park for a family.
We support children and young people across the UK & Northern Ireland
We support children and young people across the UK & Northern Ireland whose parent have a cancer diagnosis, are undergoing cancer treatment, has seen a cancer recurrence, died from cancer & beyond.
Help make a difference. Become a Fundraiser.
Set yourself a challenge! Bake a difference, get your schools, college, work place, gym class involved and do a group fundraiser. Be as creative as you like. Use what you like to do and turn it into a fundraiser and get your networks involved. Organise a tea party, hold a ball, and take part in dress down Friday, so we can continue to support children during a parent’s cancer treatment.
"The Trust supported my children’s friend during their Mum’s cancer. On our recent holiday, we got sponsored to build as many sandcastles as we could in an hour. Over £100 was raised to support other children"
Over 3,400 children & young people supported across the UK & NI to date.
Over 1,700 families where children are affected by their parent’s cancer supported to date
We are supporting 8 x the amount of children since we helped our first family back in Jan 2015
Recently diagnosed and/or going through cancer treatment? Get support for your children here
Our stuff your own teddy shop, where all profit from teddy purchases goes back in the Trust.
Information to refer a patient with children
Trust Branded Items for Sale
Show your love for Ozzy and all things Trust by purchasing our products & help raise vital funds to support children during a parent’s cancer & beyond.
Ozzy's 8th Birthday
OngoingOur 8th year of supporting children will see us at the Trust adapt our current support programmes & enhance what we currently provide to now support children and young people during a parent's cancer diagnosis, treatment, recurrence, bereavement and beyond.
Trust Wins Charity Impact Award at Breast Cancer Awards
The Osborne Trust, a Rhyl based charity and one of its volunteers were up for awards at Butterfly Breast Cancer Awards held on Sept 22nd in Northwich. The Trust...
New Ozzy mascot unveiled at Wrexham game
Tuesday Sept 5th saw us head over to Wrexham AFC ground with our buckets to collect much needed donations before the EFL Trophy game versus Newcastle Un 21 team....
Trust together at thrilling game.
The sun was shining for our trip to Stok Cae Ras Wrexham SFC v Swindon Town. Wrexham AFC kindly gifted the trust 20 matchday tickets soe would bring kids...
Together at Chester Zoo
The summer holidays saw us bring families together from the North Wales, North West & Staffordshire regions for a day trip to Chester Zoo. 12 families with 23 children...
What a year 2022-2023!
2022-2023 was our busiest year since we started supporting out first family in January of 215. 710 children and young people were supported across the UK & NI during...
Rowlinsons scale Snowdon Summit at Sunrise
Setting off at 1:00am on Saturday 29th July, our intrepid adventurers scaled Wales’ highest peak, Snowdon, climbing a staggering 3560 ft…in the dark! The 18-strong team fought against strong...
Trust Teens goes Outdoors at Parc Adventure Snowdonia
The first week of the summer holidays saw us take 11 young people for a day of adventure, taking on the ninja course and trying their hand at surfing....
Ozzy Turns 8 with a Boogie Bingo
July 2022 saw The Osborne Trust turn 8! 8 years since we launched and 9 years since our founder’s cancer diagnosis. Without Emma’s cancer diagnosis and finding no support...
Summit to Snowdon to Support Children
June saw 24 walkers take on Wales highest peak to raise money to support children & young people during a parent’s cancer. Our Snowdon Sunrise Climb saw fundraisers from...