The Magic of Milly

Magic of Milly Ball 2016

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The Magic of Milly

Magic of Milly is supported by the family, friends, and many generous people who were touched by Milly during her short but very brave life. We have come together as a group to raise money and awareness in her memory for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital, to help support the dedicated teams of doctors, nurses and support staff who provide world class care to children like Milly.

Our key aims to raise awareness of the specialist teams at BCH and promote the fantastic work of these exceptional professionals.
We are also looking to host the inaugural Magic of Milly Rainbow Ball in July 2016 to reach our fundraising target of £100,000 to help fund the continued care and support of children like Milly and their families.

Longer term we are keen to provide a support network for those touched by Milly, and for those who may have suffered their own bereavement.

“Milly touched the lives of all who met her and made a great impact on the world around her in her short life – We call this the Magic of Milly”

Latest Events

The Magic of Milly team are excited to announce this year’s main fundraising event, ‘Strictly for Milly’! To be hosted in the incredible Lichfield Cathedral on Saturday 2nd September, this one of a kind show will see eight couples take ...

Strictly for Milly 2017 Link

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If you would like to make a donation you can do so via our just giving page. All of the money donated goes directly to the paediatric intensive care unit at Birmingham children's hospital. For further information please see our just giving page.

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Latest News

In December 2015 we organised Millys pancakes for pic at the Pear tree creperie at Swinfen. This evening was attended by eighty people and we filled the restaurant with many of Millys friends and family. The night consisted of a ...

£4000 raised for paediatric intensive care at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Link