About Jack and Jill Children's Foundation Who we are The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation is a nationwide charity that funds and provides in-home nursing care and respite support for children with severe to profound neurodevelopmental delay, up to the age of 6. This may include children with brain injury, genetic diagnosis, cerebral palsy and undiagnosed conditions. Another key part of our service is end of life care for all children up to the age of 6, irrespective of diagnosis. What we do What differentiates Jack and Jill from other charities is that ours is an ongoing care commitment to families of up to 6 years, as Jack and Jill nurses become a key part of the family’s care regime in their child’s early years from birth to six years of age, or until they pass away. This requires significant investment and care capital from the charity, as Jack and Jill provides the funding as well as the expertise to families we support. Jack and Jill funds and delivers up to 80 hours per month through a donation in the child’s name direct to the family, with €18 supporting 1 hour of home nursing care. We have no waiting list, no means test and the care regime is bespoke and designed around the child and family’s requirements. Today the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation is funding and delivering in-home respite to over 400 children, across the country, more children than we’ve ever had under our care in 25 years. Our vision is that all families with children who need our care can access us.> Find out more about how we help children, such as Éabha and her siblings.