Stars in our Eyes! We've just installed a brand new package at Shooting Star (CHASE) in West London
Over 100 cyclists complete Master’s Ride for Lifelites
Cyclists riding from London to Brighton as part of the Lifelites Master’s Ride raised more than £20,000 for Lifelites last Saturday (22 June).
15 & 16 June 2014: Open Garden at “Thatched Cottage” for Lifelites
We now create games for children with disabilities in hospices.
Children’s Charity Launch Partnership with Sainsbury’s Local in Holborn
With balloons and banners adorning the shelves and checkouts, the team at Sainsbury’s Local in Holborn were on hand to welcome children’s charity Lifelites yesterday (Monday 24 June) as the store unveiled its new fundraising partnership for the year.
Lifelites arrived at Grace House with a bundle of fun and educational technology that has been put together especially for the youngsters at the brand new children’s hospice.
With some of the children who will be using the technology, their parents and the hospice staff looking on excitedly, the charity unveiled a range of state-of-the-art kit designed to get even the most severely disabled Grace House visitors playing and learning.
Shape up for Summer with Lifelites.
There are still a few places left on this year's London to Brighton Master's Ride, which is being held this year in aid of Lifelites.
Three runners braved the cold March winds of Northamptonshire this weekend to run around the home of British motorsport, Silverstone.
Three Zoë’s Place baby hospices are to receive magical packages of fun technology thanks to national children’s charity Lifelites.
Thomas Cook Children’s Charity, Children with Cancer and other Lifelites donors help to give children in hospices the time of their lives.
The debate that won’t die received a last gasp power-up this week as the head of EA Games, John Riccitiello, was forced into iron-man mode to discuss the causal link between gaming and violence.
Trichophobics should look away now...
The bpma held its annual Christmas lunch at the Guoman Tower Hotel in London in December and Lifelites was the chosen charity.
This year, for the first time ever, Lifelites are taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge.
Lifelites Donate Cutting Edge Technology to Children in Yorkshire Hospice.
Lifelites Feature in Lord Mayor’s Show
Lifelites install two brand new and award-winning packages in children’s hospices this month, Chestnut Tree House in Arundel and the CHSW Charlton Farm, near Somerset.
Lifelites equipment used for filmmaking celebrated at Richard House fourth annual ‘Oscars’ ceremony.
Thirteen brave (or foolish!) souls got up early last Saturday to jump off Tower Bridge in support of their local Lifelites projects.
The Presentation Event was held at The Croydon Masonic Centre at which a total of over £17,000 was presented to 8 different Charities.
You can be the difference between £20k and nothing.
Children at a Newcastle children's hospice have access to state-of-the-art fun and educational technology thanks to Lifelites
Lifelites Launch Party a success - gaming stations spark competitive streak - Pledges made!
Martin House in Yorkshire will become the first children’s hospice to have run its own radio project.
More Praise for Lifelites' Innovation as Chief Executive is Announced Digital Leader.
Great turnout for Lifelites at the BUPA London 10k
Winning Awards, and what it means for charities
Relief Fund donation ‘Makes the difference’ to Lifelites project at local children’s hospice
As featured in the Evening Standard
Lifelites were invited to mark the launch of the Technology 4 Good Awards at the BT Tower this week, having had a very successful time at the ceremony last year.
Children’s technology charity donate their used equipment to Computers 4 Africa
Lifelites was the toast of the inaugural Technology 4 Good Awards in June, winning both the Accessibility Award and the Best in Show.
Lifelites delighted to be nominated as chosen charity for social software company Surevine.
Thank you to Epsom Rotaract Club for raising a brilliant £1,326 for Lifelites by holding a Race Night in March.
Lifelites supporter Dave Foy bravely abseiled 450 ft down Guys Hospital Building last Sunday.
You can now donate your scrap car to Lifelites and raise much needed funds, without it costing you a penny.
Lifelites supporter Sam Smith ran the Brighton Half-Marathon for Lifelites
Lifelites is pleased to welcome Lady Pamela Kalms MBE (wife of the Founder and the current President of DIXONS Retail Plc) as our newest Patron.
Eye-tracking technology to empower disabled children at local hospice.
The brand new Demelza children’s hospice project, which contains state-of-the-art touchscreen technology, the latest gaming consoles and specially adapted iPads has been put together with disabled children in mind.
Take a look at our brand new annual review!
Contained within, you’ll find some wonderfully inspiring stories that we think capture perfectly how important the work of Lifelites is for life-limited and severely disabled children in baby and children’s hospices across the country.
Get on Your Glad Rags and Support Lifelites! Over 70 people bopped the night away with the Provincial Grand Master of Middlesex at the Lifelites Ball on Saturday organised by local Masons.
GamesAid has unveiled the five charities which received the most votes from its members which will go receive a donation of £52,000 each. This represents a 44% increase in donations year on year and sets a new GamesAid record for fundraising at £260,000. Each charity was presented with their cheque for £52,000 at the GamesAid event held at the Eurogamer Expo this afternoon.
eHospice have run a story on our work with Demelza children's hospice care in Kent.
Lifelites installed a brand new package at Children's Hospice South West's Little Bridge House in Barnstaple yesterday. The package, which includes revolutionary Eyegaze technology, was the penultimate installation of 12 brand new projects across the UK and Ireland this year.
The red carpet was rolled out at local children’s hospice Richard House as it celebrated its annual Oscars awards.
Province of Monmouthshire’s appeal for local Lifelites project raises £50,000.
Lifelites helps children at Tŷ Hafan look to the future with eye-tracking tech
State-of the-art technology that works by the “glint of an eye” has been donated to a Cardiff children’s hospice by ward-winning charity Lifelites as they unveiled a trend-setting technology project at Tŷ Hafan children’s hospice.