zachary's shack

Zachary’s Shack

Zacharys’ Shack orginally Zach’s Helping Hand was a charity orginally registered on 27th May 2006 by the parents of Zachary Kai Sanders a lively 2 year old boy diganosed with Medullablastoma in February 2004. Zach relapsed and sadly died on 21st September 2004.

Zachary Knighton-Smith who, just before his 5th birthday in February 2009 was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma.Zac enjoyed 4 fantastic holidays in Skegness with Zach’s Helping Hand, but he lost his fight on 1st January 2014. Zachad some money left in his appeal fund and his parents decided that the balance of his appeal should got to Zach’s Helping Hand. On 14th May 2015 Zach’s Helping Hand officially became Zacharys’ Shack

Zacharys’ Shack aim to help families that have a child with ANY life threatening or life limiting illness, not necessarily just cancer, it could be any life threatening illness that requires regular hospital visits. As parents to children ourselves that have died from cancer, we are aware that the treatment to try and help them can leave the child with disabilities of varying degrees.

At present, we have just one caravan at Butlins Skegness but it is our aim to fundraise for another one to enable us to accommodate more children. The caravn is available to children with life threatening illnesses in the Northamptonshire area covered by Kettering General Hospital.

The Roary Club is delighted to have raised £1000.00 at its recent Golf Day.