Sleep Over in Museum Raises Funds for Molly Olly

May 25, 2023 | News

A sleepover with a difference in Warwick will raise funds for Molly Ollys this next month when youngsters reenact the Movie A Night At The Museum. Members and leaders of the 10th Leamington St Marks Rainbows will be camping out in Warwick’s Market Hall Museum in aid of Molly Ollys.

It is a cause particularly poignant for event organiser and Rainbow Guider Julie Brown whose 14-year-old granddaughter Eva lives with a life-limiting congenital heart condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

“The Rainbows taking part are all aware of what Molly Olly does and they know that by them being brave they are going to be raising funds to help other children get through their treatment.” Julie Brown.

“Thank you to all of the children and all the Rainbow leaders for their support. These children are the same age as my daughter Molly when she was undergoing treatment for cancer so it is particularly poignant. There are so many children out there at the moment that need our support so this fundraising is very welcome. Thank you.” Rachel Ollerenshaw, Founder of Molly Ollys.

Every donation, whatever size, helps a seriously unwell child


Current data suggests that 12 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer every day, and that 1,900 children under the age of 14 in the UK are diagnosed each year.

More children are diagnosed with a range of other, often rare, conditions and illnesses that are also life-threatening.

Molly Ollys is committed to helping as many of these children and their families as possible, and works hard to raise the necessary funds to be able to help those who contact us.

You can help us do this by making a donation, joining in with our fundraising events, running your own events, using Give as You Live when you are shopping, and by leaving a legacy in your will. Please visit our How you can help page to find out more.