Too many children and families around the world are suffering needlessly. Make a donation today and help us increase access to palliative care for the millions of children globally who need it but can’t currently receive such care.

>21 million children

Our research reveals over 21 million children around the world would benefit from quality palliative care

8 million children

At least 8 million children out of the 21.1 million need more specialised services

95% of children globally

Who need palliative care, have limited to zero access to such care

14,000+ people

ICPCN has provided both face-to-face and online training to 14,000+ health care providers in 191 countries

Sponsor our runners at the London Marathon MyWay

Both Charlie Langhorne and Jemma Clark are running this in aid of ICPCN – Please do sponsor them here.

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Sponsor Julia and Michael

Sponsor our Chief Executive Julia and her husband Michael as they undertake the 54 mile London to Brighton Bike ride on Sunday 16th June to raise money for ICPCN.


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How your donation makes a difference in the lives of children around the world.

Join the movement for the global development of children’s palliative care services by making a donation to ICPCN.  Every doctor, nurse, social worker, spiritual leader, teacher or therapist we reach with our online and face to face training and mentoring has the potential to affect the lives of thousands of children over the course of their working life. When we empower governments to develop a policy to provide children’s palliative care we can potentially change the lives of millions of children.

Your donation will help ICPCN to:

  • Increase access to children’s palliative care for the 95% of children and their families who do not yet have access to such care
  • Advocate and raise awareness of the needs of life-limited and life-threatened children, and their families at national, regional and international level
  • Support the face-to-face training we provide in countries where there are few or no children’s palliative care programmes
  • Support the development and mentoring of existing programmes
  • Develop our e-learning modules and their translation into different languages to broaden accessibility to children’s palliative care services
  • Develop and maintain our website to provide information on CPC and enable children’s palliative care practitioners across the world to network and share good practice
  • Support our global research agenda increasing the international evidence base for children’s palliative care

There are a number of ways to make a donation to ICPCN. Should you experience any difficulties, please contact us at

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Other ways to donate

By Direct Debit

You may wish to make a direct deposit. ICPCN has bank accounts in South Africa and the United Kingdom. To do so, click below to view our banking details.

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Donate through EasyFundraising

If you are ordering items online in the UK many sites will let you donate to ICPCN as you order. You can find more information on the EasyFundraising site where it also explains how to set it up so that each time you make a purchase you can support ICPCN.

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Our Ukraine Appeal

The war in Ukraine is a major problem for adults and children receiving or needing palliative care in Ukraine. An estimated 500,000 adults and children in Ukraine are dying or have palliative care needs in Ukraine annually. These seriously ill people, the sickest in our health care system, are stuck in Ukraine or are being moved to palliative care programs in Poland, Romania, and Moldova. Our colleagues in these countries are being overwhelmed and need your help!

ICPCN and it’s partner organisations (the Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA), Palliative Care in Humanitarian Aid Situations and Emergencies – PallCHASE, and the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation) have dozens of members providing palliative care in Ukraine and neighbourhood countries. They are calling out for help in managing the flood of new patients & support for those that cannot leave Ukraine. We can’t send supplies so we need to raise funds to help them.

Once the war and hostilities end in Ukraine this project will help to rebuild access to palliative care for adults and children in Ukraine.

Help support palliative care patients in Ukraine by donating below.

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