Most people know us as CHAS.
For over twenty years CHAS has been offering a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions.
The pandemic has taken time away from all of us, time that should have been spent with the ones we love. For most of us, one day, this will all go away. But Jayden's illness will never go away.
Through our hospices, home care services and hospital presence, CHAS provides palliative care, family respite and support throughout Scotland including dedicated bases in Aberdeen and Inverness.
Our hospice in Kinross is a 'home from home' for families offering respite, relaxation and supportFind out more about Rachel House
Our hospice in Balloch is full of friendly faces and offers respite, care and support all year round.Find out more about Robin House
We bring hospice services to the family home from fun and games to respite and emotional support.Find out more about CHAS @ home
Named after Princess Diana our DCNs work in hospitals and communities to offer palliative care and support to children and their families.Find out more about Diana Children's Nurses
Knowing that your child may die before you do, is the unthinkable reality that thousands of families across Scotland have to cope with every day.
Right now, we only have enough money to help one in three families. You can help us to reach them all.
The CHAS Alphabet is at the heart of everything we do. It’s bright, colourful and filled with fun and represents the joy we aspire to bring to the lives of the children and families we care for.
Best of all, the CHAS Alphabet is created by the very best designers – the children we care for.
See some of our designers’ stories below: