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Woman Surprises Parents Of Sick Kids With Special Christmas Gifts

Thursday 26 December 2019


From UK news outlet


Project Parent
(Picture: Kate Stanforth)

Woman surprises parents of sick kids with special Christmas gifts

By Laura Abernethy
Wednesday 25 December 2019
© 2019 Associated Newspapers Limited.

Today, not every parent across the country woke up with their kids rushing downstairs to open their presents.

Instead, they were in a hospital ward and will spend the day sitting by their child’s bedside.

Despite the festive time of year, many kids were simply too sick to go home this year.

And although spending time in hospital can be tough for them, it’s very hard for their parents too.

But thanks to one 25-year-old, almost 500 of these parents will receive their own special gift to open today.

Although it is just a small token, it can bring a little bit of joy.

The presents are all thanks to an organisation called Project Parent, created by Kate Stanforth, from Northumberland.

Now 25, Kate was diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome, when she was 14.


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