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Pay For a Day

It costs £10,000 every single day to keep Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice afloat.
Support us by paying for an entire day to keep our services running.


Why should I pay for a day?

Every day Noah’s Ark helps create precious moments for children, young people and their families. We offer a bespoke package of care to families who desperately need it both at home and soon via our new hospice, The Ark.

The day you choose could be the day a child learns to ice skate at their first family day. It could be the day a parent gets to interact with their child through music and play. Or, of course, it may be a family’s last day together, supported by our nursing team.

Can I choose my day?

Yes. Just pick a day that holds special meaning to you or your group. It could mark the passing of a loved one, a birthday or anniversary. Whatever the reason, you can choose the day you want to support.

There is no limit to the number of days you can pay for and every day of the year is available to select, on a first-come, first-served basis.

How is my day recognised?

We will mark the occasion on our website and via social media.

How do I pay for a day?

It costs £10,000 every single day to keep Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice afloat. You can give your support as a one-off donation or spread over 12 months with a monthly standing order of £833.33.

If you would like to know more about how you can Pay for a Day, please email Rebekah Severn at RSevern@noahsarkhospice.org.uk or call 020 8449 8877.


Thank you to the following people who have 'Paid for a Day'

  • Maggi Hill on 23 January in memory of her son, Richard.
  • David Kyte on 29 February.
  • Geoff Lee on 21 March in memory of his wife.
  • Highgate Pre-Prep and Junior School Parents’ Association on 8 April.
  • Chandulal Shah on 18 May, from his family in his memory.
  • Sam Belchak on 1 June.
  • Jane Brown on 24 July in memory of her son, Michael.
  • Aimee Belchak on 29 August.
  • Garry Simpson on 11 September.
  • Vincent Goldstein on 20 September to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.
  • UCS Pre-Prep on 25 & 26 September.
  • Grimsdell School on 2 October.
  • Henry Smith on on 14 October (his wife Faye’s birthday).
  • Frank Montenaro on 15 October in celebration of his birthday.
  • Mr Mandelbaum on 28 October and 11 November in memory of Valerie Mandelbaum.
  • Goodwyn School on 9 November.
  • Sue Barrowcliffe on 3 December in celebration of her birthday.
  • Chloe Belchak on 20 December.