Who Are We?
The Joshua Tree is a Cheshire based Children's Cancer Charity. We operate across the North West and North Wales and are dedicated to working closely with families affected by childhood cancers.
We work with the whole family - patient, parent, siblings and grandparents - in recognising that every family’s cancer journey is unique.
We tailor the services to suit the family’s specific needs, by means of emotional, academic and practical support, such as counselling, art and play therapy, health and well-being advice, support in and around the home and educational tutoring where required to help ensure that life remains as normal as possible during an incredibly traumatic time.
The Joshua Tree was founded in 2006 by Lynda and David Hill after their son was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Our values underpin all that we do and govern our external and internal behaviour.
“As a family affected by childhood cancer, we have seen first-hand the difference The Joshua Tree can make."
Meet the people behind The Joshua Tree and find out what makes them tick.
All the latest news and goings on from The Joshua Tree.
The Joshua Tree is incredibly grateful for all of the support we receive from our patrons.
We are incredibly grateful for all of the support we receive from our trustees.
Click on the button below to download and view our annual report (.pdf, opens in a new window).
Click through to read through The Joshua Tree's various policies.