Making the difference for sick children in the North of Scotland
The ARCHIE Foundation
The ARCHIE Foundation recently completed an installation of work in children's services in Orkney and are investing heavily, thanks to a local appeal, in the Children's Ward in Elgin. In fact, we work in more than 20 hospital sites across the North of Scotland and the Islands. This is a temporary mini-website while we rebuild our main page. Once it's ready you'll be able to read much more about that work here. In the meantime, follow us on Facebook for more information!
The HIGH 10 Appeal
When we were planning the tenth birthday of the Children's Hospital we turned the patients into the designers. We listened to what they wanted and we set no barriers. The result, if we can raise enough money, will be the most amazing place for children you've ever seen. We believe it's possible, maybe a little bit crazy, but definitely worth it! If you think local children deserve the most incredible place to be treated, then please join our appeal and give what you can.
Join The ARCHIE Foundation in a thrilling abseil down the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. Why not set yourself a challenge this year and sign up to take on the 60ft drop!
We always need more volunteers - to help out in the office, at events or perhaps distributing our collecting cans.
If you can spare a few hours a week, especially if that's on a regular basis, please get in touch!
Every year we provide a large number of emergency grants to support children when they are sick. We also support larger grants to allow services to develop or advanced care to be given. NHS Staff and parents can apply. You'll be asked to register on your first application.
abseil for archie!
To The ARCHIE Foundation
at the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital
We are currently celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. Since the first patient was admitted to the hospital more than one million children, parents, brothers and sisters, and worried grandparents have followed.
We hope to raise more than £2m to make a huge difference to the Children's Hospital and transform the experience for the next one million visitors.
We will transform the environment, invest to support the staff, buy new equipment, help more parents, keep long-term patients in touch with friends, and generally make the hospital a wonderful place to be treated when you're sick.