“Lockdown” didn’t phase Mitchell’s Miracles or our supporters from raising funds and awareness!!

“Lockdown” didn’t phase Mitchell’s Miracles or our supporters from raising funds to support families affected by Neuroblastoma. Hello to all our wonderful supporters….we have missed you and hope this blog finds you all safe and well. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a detrimental affect on our small charity, as most of our community fundraising events…

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Making a difference for families affected by Neuroblastoma

Easter Gift Appeal at Great Ormond Street Hospital With the help of all of your amazing Easter Gifts, we were able to put a smile on nearly 30 children’s faces on the cancer wards at Great Ormond Street hospital. The play specialists have stated that we are the only charity who give Easter gifts instead…

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6 Ways in Which Neuroblastoma Has A Financial Impact on Families

financial impact of neuroblastoma on families

  Mitchell’s Miracles provides financial assistance to families who have had their child diagnosed with rare childhood cancer, Neuroblastoma.   Not only do the families have to deal with such a traumatic time, the financial impact is devastating but often gets disregarded especially to families who are not on benefits. We want to highlight a…

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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Neuroblastoma?

Mitchell’s Miracles strive to continue raising awareness of Neuroblastoma and part of this is to let people know the signs and symptoms so that it can be caught early enough for any treatment to work. Kristel, mum to Mitchell, speaks openly about the signs she saw her son go through and with many GP appointments,…

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What Is Neuroblastoma?

What Is Neuroblastoma?

Mitchell’s Miracles are a charity who continually raise awareness of Neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer that affects around 100 children in the UK. The definition of Neuro, meaning nerve cells, and Blastoma, meaning blasts of tumour, doesn’t explain that this type of cancer can be found mostly in children and is usually detected in an…

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