The Joshua Tree2019-05-15T13:20:58+01:00

Supporting families across the North West and North Wales living with the life-changing experience of childhood cancers.

What We Do

Every family’s experience with childhood cancer is different and their needs are unique. We work with families and schools to provide support that is tailored to their journey.
Family Support Services

We work with the whole family - patient, parent, siblings and grandparents - in recognising that every family’s cancer journey is unique.

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Family Support Services

We offer bespoke 1:1 support, practical and therapeutic help to ensure that life remains as normal as possible during and after an incredibly traumatic time.

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Support Centre

At our support centre we offer 1 to 1 play sessions for children and their siblings affected by cancer as well as therapeutic support for older children, teenagers and adults.

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1:1 Counselling

We provide group activities to promote socialising, fun and normality within a safe and friendly environment, alongside others experiencing similar journeys.

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"Saturday Sessions are a key point in our calendar. They allow us as a family to have much needed time away from the confines of treatment, stress and regime and to be a ‘normal’ family."

Dominic (Parent)
"The service is quite unique - you can't quantify it. The whole experience with The Joshua Tree is that the support is tailored to yours and your children's needs."
Rachael (Parent)
Our Beneficiaries

The Joshua Tree Support in Numbers

Families Supported To Date
Support Sessions To Date
Meet The Team
Referrals In 2018

How Your Donation Makes The Difference

£30 Delivers a nutritional consultation or personal training session

£45 Pays for an Art Therapy session

£200 Pays for a group Family Saturday session

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About Us

The Joshua Tree charity was established in 2006 by Lynda and David Hill who, as parents of a child with Leukaemia, had an understanding of the benefits of additional family support away from the hospital environment.
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The latest news, fundraising and goings on at The Joshua Tree

Dexter had a ball!

26th Jun 2019|

Jonny and Katie Kidd, parents of seven year old Dexter, hosted an incredible charity ball in June in aid of The Joshua Tree, Bloodwise and Milly's Smiles, three charities that supported Dexter and his family during his illness

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