Big hearted Peyton Cole took on the Walk 5 challenge for EOS because her little sister has eczema. Peyton (5) walked 5km for Eczema Outreach Support, raising over £300.. The primary one pupil decided to fundraise to give back after Allana (1) was helped by EOS. Mum Kaylea said: "Allana was diagnosed with eczema when
Big hearted Max Henderson took on the Walk 5 challenge for Eczema Outreach Support and raised over £300! Max (7) and Brooke (3) both have eczema, suffering from extreme itching, inflammation and cracked broken skin. While Max's eczema is now under control, his sister is still struggling and often has broken sleep due to the intense itching. So,
Four-year-old Ezra was featured in his local newspaper to talk about his eczema and taking part in Walk Five to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive. Ezra is walking 5000 steps every day in May to raise money for his favourite charity and has almost completed his mission. He has smashed his fundraising target and been
Reagan shared his fundraising challenge with his local paper - and brought in lots of donations from readers to spur him on. Reagan (6) is doing a sponsored bike ride as part of the Walk 5 to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive campaign later this month. The Northampton Chronical and Echo shared his story, and
Eleven year old Olivia shared her story with the Scottish press to coincide with the approval of a new drug to treat eczema. Olivia has suffered from painful eczema since she was a baby but has found relief in immunosuppressants. The P7 pupil and mum Kirsteen were featured in The Scotsman and The Evening Times.
Well done to Nicola, Lucy (3) and Innes (2) who completed the Glasgow Kiltwalk at the weekend for EOS. The family from Paisley pulled on their trainers and tackled the 5km Wee Wander last Sunday for EOS, raising an incredible £309 so far. Nicola said: "We had a great time at the walk, the atmosphere
The appointment of our CEO Christine Roxburgh attracted lots of media attention. Christine, who has been involved with EOS for a decade, started volunteering and was delighted to be appointed CEO earlier this year. You can check out the story on the Evening News and Charity Digital website.
Reagan will use his pedal power to help raise funds for Eczema Outreach Support as part of the Walk 5 to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive campaign. Reagan (6) will do five laps of his local football pitch on May 21st as part of the fundraising challenge. Mum Kellyanne said: "Reagan loves football and being
We are thrilled the to launch our new report: ‘Time for Change in the UK: The true impact of eczema and the experiences of children, young people and their families in managing the condition’. This report has been written and funded by Sanofi Genzyme in collaboration with Eczema Outreach Support (EOS), who work to support