10 August 2022

One donation for double the giggles

We are excited to share the news of a new fundraising campaign we are running for just 36 hours in September. Whats not to love? One donation for double the giggles!

28 March 2022

Dr Bungee featured in The Guardian

Click below to read about what it means to be a Giggle Doctor, how he helps empower children, and the unforgettable memories he has shared with families in this Guardian article

04 May 2022

We are recruiting!

We’re looking for a Giggle Doctor Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser and a Giggle Doctor Trust Fundraiser to join our growing team at an exciting time for the charity 

28 January 2022

Our 2021 Impact Report

If you are interested in finding out about our Giggle Doctor training, supporting evidence of our work and our plans for 2022, you can read our 2021 Impact Report here.

21 January 2022

Meet the Artistic Coordinators

 

Dr Easy Peasy and Dr Flowerpot are Artistic Coordinators, and they are here to explain what that role means and how they support other Giggle Doctors!

28 October 2021

It is almost that time of year again!

Our e-news is out! Find out more about our Giggle Doctors returning to visit children at The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital for the first time since the pandemic, and how this Christmas you can have your donation doubled through the Big Give to bring more moments of joy and laughter

12 October 2021

Why play is vital for children in hospital

It is Play in Hospital Week and Isabel Squires, our Programme and Quality Coordinator, shares the importance of  play and why it is vital for children

23 September 2021

Celebrating 1 Year With A Giggle Doctor Takeover!

As we approach a full year since we launched our Virtual Visits and Giggle-a-Grams, we’re looking back and celebrating everything our Giggle Doctors have achieved and the amazing families they have met along the way!

06 September 2021

Meet Charlie and Dr Dotty!

Now that our Giggle Doctors are starting to visit children in hospital once again, we wanted to share some amazing stories from Charlie and his mum Kirsty about what it has been like seeing the Giggle Doctors back in the wards.