Stella McCartney supports Funny Blood

Stella McCartney has shown her support of our good cause by donating designer goodies, which will be part of a silent auction at the Winter Ball hosted at Birmingham Town Hall on Saturday 17th November. After a year’s rest, the ball is back and the team at Birmingham...

Charity champion

Big thanks to the Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Charity for their coverage of our Funny Blood story – naming Ruby charity champion in last week’s edition. Ruby has helped to raise thousands over the years, donating more than...

We’ve been away for a while ..

.. and now we’re back! We’ve had a great deal of support over the years and would like to continue to build upon our successes and continue to raise funds for children living with platelet function disorders. All funds – over £50,000 raised to date...

Stop the bleeding

Good morning! We’ve had a request from Great Ormond Street to provide the following information, please Share with other Pages and People : The James Lind Alliance is undertaking a bleeding disorders research priority setting project, alongside the Haemophilia...

Research results

In 2011, Noah and his family were asked to join the Genotyping and Phenotyping of Platelets (GAPP) research programme based at the University of Birmingham. Since then, the project has had some significant results which have been published recently and detailed within...

Houses of Parliament

As an Ambassador to Contact a Family and a positive parent voice, Ruby was invited to attend a meeting with MPs at the Houses of Parliament to share experiences of living with a disabled child and advise on policy changes over the next 5 years. This was a great chance...

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