Support us in raising money for The Paediatric Intensive Care Unit in Southampton

We’re supporting a member of our team who tragically lost her little boy Ethan suddenly earlier this year.

Ethan was two and a half years old when he sadly passed away in his mummy and daddy’s arms, having been taken ill just 72 hours earlier.

Ethan was cared for in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Southampton University hospital, which is the lead centre in South Central England. The unit, which looks after 950 to 1,000 patients per year from across southern and central England, is the sixth largest PICU in the UK by number of admissions, with children referred to them from hospitals as far afield as Plymouth, Milton Keynes and the Channel Islands.

Now, Ethan’s parents, Amy and Ian, are focusing on doing something positive for the ward and are fundraising for the Friends of PICU charity. The charity fundraise to buy equipment, fund major projects, desensitise the medical environment and buy a new ambulance for the children’s intensive care unit at the hospital.

On Saturday 9th September, Ian, together with his sister, will be taking on the Thames Path Challenge, to complete 100km between Putney to Henley in 24 hours.

To donate and help Amy and Ian reach their target please click or tap on the Just Giving page below or here.



The Litmus Team

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