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Inspirational story from Thai Children's Trust 

                
Good News Shared - an online news outlet to promote uplifting stories from the charity world - has featured a heartwarming story from Sarnelli House Orphange, the only home for children with HIV/AIDS in the north east of Thailand.

One of the many projects in the country supported by UK charity Thai Children's Trust, Sarnelli House was set up by Redemptorist Catholic priest Father Michael O'Shea and now houses some 145 girls and boys. 

Kate Introna, volunteer co-ordinator and health adviser, spoke to the website about 11-year-old Jan and the journey that took her to Sarnelli.          

Read the story in full on Good News Shared

Find out more about Thai Children's Trust by visiting the website


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Plans for new Ronald McDonald House Oxford revealed at public consultation

          


Plans for a new building to accommodate families of children being treated at Oxford Children's Hospital hit the headlines in the city in January.   

Details of a new Ronald McDonald House with some 60 bedrooms were shared with local residents before planning permission is submitted later on this year. 

The House will provide free 'home away from home' accommodation as well as communal facilities such as playrooms, lounges, kitchens and laundry facilities to help families stay together while their child is seriously-ill in hospital.  

For more information about the House and to see the plans in full, please visit www.rmhc.org.uk/oxford