Safeguarding policy

Safeguarding and protecting children, young people, young adults and visitors from harm is a very high priority for staff at Richard House and plays a large part in everything we do. Find out more by clicking on the image above.

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One hundred people face down 541ft tower for Richard House
One hundred people abseiled down the 541ft Broadgate Tower in central London on Saturday, raising more than £30,000 for Richard House.
Jim on his bike for Richard House
Downton Abbey star Jim Carter will take part in a charity cycling ride in Madagascar this October in support of Richard House.
Help Richard House scoop £50,000
Richard House Children’s Hospice has been shortlisted by the national Great British Switch campaign as one of six local charities from across the UK in with the chance of being awarded £50,000 this weekend, Friday 12 – Sunday 14 September.
Urgent call for shop volunteers
We urgently need more volunteers to lend a hand across our six shops in East London and Essex. Our shop in Hornchurch and the newly refurbished Upminster shop will host coffee mornings for anyone who may be interested to come along for a friendly chat to find out more over a cuppa and cake with the existing shop team.
Unicorn finish to summer activities
Some special guests brought a month of summer activities at Richard House Children’s Hospice to a close yesterday, with a miniature unicorn stealing the show at a special animal day for children and families.
Zombie Evacuation
Run for your life through a 5km course dodging relentless zombies and navigating a multitude of challenging obstacles designed specifically to slow down your escape!
Trek Burma Challenge 2014
Raise for Richard House on a magical trip of a lifetime.
Penguin Waddle 2014
Join us as we attempt to defend our existing title for the largest gathering of people dressed as penguins! Waddle round the 2km course in the amazing surroundings of the Scoop in Central London (the area near to Tower Bridge and City Hall).

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Richard House needs to raise £1.9 million in voluntary donations every year. The hospice is dependent on the generosity of companies, trusts, individuals and communities.


Get involved with Richard House by volunteering in one of our many roles. Click to find out how you can get involved.

Regular donations

Making regular donations to Richard House Children's Hospice is one of the most vital ways you can support us because it provides us with a reliable income that helps us to budget more effectively.


Richard House takes complaints seriously. Read our complaints policy here.