How the charity has made a difference

Chelsea's Angels: Rushden: Home Outlet, latest cheque presentation to charity Chelsea's Angels who have reached their 5th anniversary. l-r Dan Cooke (director Home Outlet Ltd) with charity founders Michelle Tomkins and Emma Knighton.'Tuesday 3rd February 2015 NNL-150302-221008009
Chelsea's Angels: Rushden: Home Outlet, latest cheque presentation to charity Chelsea's Angels who have reached their 5th anniversary. l-r Dan Cooke (director Home Outlet Ltd) with charity founders Michelle Tomkins and Emma Knighton.'Tuesday 3rd February 2015 NNL-150302-221008009
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Requests of all kinds are received by Chelsea’s Angels.

They have a section on their website which shows what wishes have been granted for children and their families affected by neuroblastoma.

Chelsea's Angels: Rushden: Home Outlet, latest cheque presentation to charity Chelsea's Angels who have reached their 5th anniversary. l-r Dan Cooke (director Home Outlet Ltd) with charity founders Michelle Tomkins and Emma Knighton.'Tuesday 3rd February 2015 NNL-150302-220956009

Chelsea's Angels: Rushden: Home Outlet, latest cheque presentation to charity Chelsea's Angels who have reached their 5th anniversary. l-r Dan Cooke (director Home Outlet Ltd) with charity founders Michelle Tomkins and Emma Knighton.'Tuesday 3rd February 2015 NNL-150302-220956009

These include Alice, 14, who wanted a mobile phone so she could stay in touch with her family and friends while she was in hospital.

Shaylee asked for tickets to go to Peppa Pig World and the family also received some money to go towards fuel costs.

Eight month old Darcie was given a pink stroller and a toy to hug when she was out and about in the stroller.

Money from the charity has helped pay for ipods, laptops, special days out, specialist equipment such as beds and mattresses and to help when families have to travel abroad for treatment.

Care packs are another way the charity helps out, with about 140 packs given out to bring some cheer to youngsters being treated at Leicester Royal Infirmary.