Get a video from Tim Henman thanking you for your donation!
Get Tim's "Tim Henman: England's Finest" signed by the legend!
Get the commemorative T-shirt specially made to celebrate Andrea Pirlo's farewell to the football game! Pirlo will sign and personalize the shirt with a special inscription. Men's T-shirt L
Michael McIntyre will be entertaining guests in the evening following the 2018 Tim Henman Foundation Pro-Am Doubles Tournament.
The 2018 Tim Henman Foundation Pro Am Tournament and Celebratory Dinner will take place on June 27th at the National Tennis Centre, Roehampton.
What does Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices do?
Naomi House & Jacksplace provide expert hospice care to more than 440 life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their extended families from Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, West Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.
Naomi House & Jacksplace is based on innovation, clinical excellence and holistic treatment, caring for children and young people when diagnosed with a life-limiting condition.
The team at Nomi House & Jacksplace
Our nursing, care, play and family support teams are experts in delivering the crucial emotional, spiritual and developmental aspects of care that families need. The teams take time to get to know the family and fully understand their wishes. We offer vital respite support, giving them the chance to recharge their batteries and regroup in a calm, fun and welcoming environment. In times of emergency Naomi House & Jacksplace gives families the help they need through difficult times. When a child or young person's life closes, we pull out all the stops to give them a peaceful and dignified end, surrounded by family.
Why do we need your help?
This standard of care costs money - £7 million per year. With only 10% of income coming from Government and statutory sources, Naomi House & Jacksplace are reliant on the support of people like you.
The Tim Henman Foundation supports the Naomi House & Jacksplace ‘Make it Happen’ Project, which helps life-limited and life-threatened young adults find greater independence in life and realise their ambitions.
Tim and Lucy Henman have visited the hospices for children and young adults on a number of occasions, and the support of the Tim Henman Foundation has been key to the success of the charity’s pioneering Make it Happen project.
By giving people training and a first job, they help them launch long-term careers that enable them to move out of poverty.