Charity 1162907: Basic Info | Names | Classification | More

Basic Information
Date Fetched 11 August, 2022
Charity Name The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust CIO
Nav Ref 1162900-1162999 | / chartwell / children / cancer / trust / cio /
Charity Number 1162907
Description 1. The relief of sickness of children with cancer and leukaemia receiving treatment in the tiger ward at the queen elizabeth hospital in woolwich, london or such other hospitals or organisations as the trustees may determine, by the provision of financial support to such persons and their families suffering hardship during their time of illness, and by any other charitable means which the trustees determine. 2. To relieve sickness and to preserve the health of the patients of tiger ward at the queen elizabeth hospital in woolwich, or such other hospitals or organisations as the trustees may determine, by providing or assisting in the provision of equipment, facilities and services ancillary to those provided by the statutory authorities, and by any other charitable means which the trustees determine.
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Charity 1162907: Basic Info | Names | Classification | More

The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust CIO:
Other Names
NameCharity Commission Link, Status - Name Code
The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust CIO Disambiguate1162907-0, (AN) active-100343397
CCT Tiger Ward LTD. Disambiguateas above, prev other-561590
CCT Tiger Ward Disambiguateas above, prev other-613109
The Chartwell Children's Cancer Trust Limited Disambiguateas above, prev other-615163
CCT Tiger Ward CIO Disambiguateas above, prev other-616832

Charity 1162907: Basic Info | Names | Classification | More

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