The charity's registered office is at 26 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5BL.
It is also an independent voluntary organisation registered with the Charity Commission. Charity No.1165791
The strategic management of the charity is the responsibility of our Board of Trustees which meets at least three times a year. The Board is compiled of experts in law, finance, investment, PR, charity governance and technology.
Day-to-day management of the charity has been delegated to the Chief Executive who also has responsibility for corporate governance, hospice project management, fundraising, media relations and charity management.
Lifelites Management Committee
Mike Woodcock (Chairman), Jeremy Aspden, Colin Knight, Nicholas Springer, Chris White, Paul Withams, Simon Woolf, David Strudley, Lady Pamela Kalms
This month Team Lifelites took on the No Tech Day Challenge, dropped off donations to three magical children's hospices and received an incredible donation from our friends at GamesAid.
John Donoghue is a dedicated Lifelites Benefactor. He shared with us his very moving personal story about his daughter's health and the reason he decided to become a benefactor, and make a regular monthly gift to Lifelites.
Derian House Children's Hospice in Lancashire wrote a letter to Lifelites, telling us about scenarios where they've used some our Lifelites donated technology, such as the Mobile Magic Carpet, our accessible gaming equipment, and the GoPro, to create memories that last beyond a lifetime.
We know that the technology and services that we provide can change a child’s life. It gives children in hospices the opportunity to do so many things that they never thought possible, such as paint a picture, create music, play a game, or communicate with their family.
We’d like to introduce you to some of the children who have used the Lifelites technology, and the impact it has had on their short lives.
Lifelites aims to harness the power of technology by donating a wide variety of assistive and inclusive equipment to enhance the lives of life-limited and disabled children using hospice services.
For these children with complex cognitive and physical impairments, this technology is quite simply magical. It gives them opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have to join in with the world around them, irrespective of their disabilities.
Providing these opportunities is only possible because of the donations that Lifelites receives.
We have two new additions to our magical technology package! Click below to learn more about the Tilt Table and the PODs Sensory Tent!