Made in Chelsea stars visits sick children for Christmas at Royal Brompton Hospital in aid of the Brompton Fountain
Made In Chelsea stars Louise Thompson, Sam Thompson, Georgia Toffolo and Tiffany Watson sprinkled a little Christmas spirit whilst visiting some very brave children and young people on Rose Ward and Foulis Ward at Royal Brompton Hospital recently.
The festive visit was in aid of the Brompton Fountain, a charity that helps support children and their families from severe life-threatening heart and lung conditions under the care of Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust.
The charity also conducts a number of fundraising activities throughout the year to help purchase vital equipment, treats, rewards, gifts and wishes for children and their families on the ward.
Louise and her brother Sam Thompson recently attended the annual Wonderful Christmas toy party in aid of the Brompton Fountain held at the prestigious Crowne Plaza London Kensington and donated a number of toys, games and gifts to help raise awareness for the Brompton Fountain’s current Toy Appeal and to collect as many brand new boxed toys as possible to donate to the children’s ward at Royal Brompton Hospital.
Trudy Nickels – Director at the Brompton Fountain says; “We are delighted that some of the cast members from the Made In Chelsea show were able to come and visit the children in hospital recently, it means so much to the children and their families”
“The special guests ward visit is absolutely brilliant and helps to raise spirits and put smiles on so many children’s faces who will, unfortunately, be spending Christmas in hospital.”
You can still support the Brompton Fountain this Christmas by simply sending a text to TOYS05 £2 to 70070 to help make a difference.
For more information on the Brompton Fountain please visit www.thebromptonfountain.org.uk
Photographs of Sam Thompson, Georgia Toffolo and Tiffany Watson by Phil Lewis.
Photographs of Louise Thompson by Mark Thomas.