In such a short space of time your kindness and generosity has helped so many children and their families. Every single penny you donate goes to helping children with complex needs and life threating illnesses.

Along with all the children you see below, one of Reagan Jack Rainbows most significant achievements is the purchase and donation of three "sleep tight systems" which are housed at the Butterwick Children's Hospice in Stockton. It can however be loaned by any parent or organisation. The equipment works in the same way as cooling cuddle cot which allows children and babies to stay at home after they have passed away. Our aim is to purchase more of these in the future and have them in locations across the North East of England.

Reagan Jack Rainbows are proud to announce the purchase of one more cuddle cot which will be donated to Zoe’s Baby Hospice and the larger system will be donated to the PICU James Cook Children’s Ward. The cost was £7000. Thanks to all our amazing fundraisers Reagan Jack Rainbows has now purchased 5 in total.

Declan loving his new iPad and special clamp donated by Reagan Jack Rainbows. The smile says it all.

We donated a brand new iPad to Melodie Cook as her original communication iPad was stolen in a devastating burglary. Melodie suffers from the rare Phelan McDermid Syndrome which means she is unable to talk. A replacement iPad was vital.

We are so proud to be able to present Isaac and Logan with a buggy that meets their specific needs. This story is so close to our heart. Isaac has L1 Hydrocephulus. epilepsy and gastrotomy and Logan has L1 Hydrocephulus and hirshprungs disease. The NHS will not help children with seating and mobility aids until aged 5 so we are overjoyed to help out.

Amelia is an amazing girl who has overcome her battle with cancer. We have contributed £1000 for her and her twin sister to go on holiday.

Purchased a Timband helmet for gorgeous Ella. We know she is already making good progress.

Reagan Jack Rainbows are so proud to be able to contribute half of the funds required to buy Joshua a specialist wheelchair which will advance his career in wheelchair basketball. Joshua is an inspirational young man who at a very young age was diagnosed with spastic diplegia cerebal palsy. Joshua is already representing the North East and his ambition is to play for Team GB in the Paralympics. We look forward to supporting him with his journey.

We transferred £1000 towards medical costs for Kian. Along with other donations (Including from Simon Cowell) specialist treatment can be carried out abroad for his Neuroblastoma.

Pulse Oxymiter we purchased for HarryPurchased a pulseoxymeter machine for baby Harry allowing him to stay at home with is family which without he would have to stay hospital for prolonged periods of time.

Donated a peapod chair for Mackenize so he could be more comfortable.

Reagan's rest muralRaised funds for an amazing piece of artwork at Children's ward 15 at North Tees General Hospital along with 4 paediatric blood pressure machines.

Chidrens Ward at North Tees General Hospital£50 for the Children's Ward at North Tees which they used to purchase a crystal Christmas tree and angel.