Kirsty Howard is one of just two children in the world to have been born with a back-to-front heart. Kirsty wasn't expected to reach her 5th birthday, but is now a teenager and still raising money for Francis House children's hospice.
Al Fayed School
From a few ageing thatch buildings to 80 new huts and a fully equipped three storey school, the Al Fayed School has made a big difference to children in south Thailand.
Shooting Star CHASE
Shooting Star CHASE Hospice care for children, a charity that cares for children with life-threatening illness who are unlikely to live beyond the age of 19.
Ratburana Orphanage provides a home to 30 orphans, and a place for 70 others to come for their only meal of the day.
The New School at West Heath
West Heath School uses education to rebuild the lives of emotionally traumatised children. Each year, the ACF organises the music and arts festival, Lawnfest, to raise money for the school. Famous faces always attend - pictured here is Madonna, alongside Mohamed and Camilla Al Fayed.
Zoe's Place is an incredible hospice for terminally ill babies in Liverpool.
Lotus Children's Center
Located on the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Blue Sky Ger Village is home to many orphaned and abandoned children.
Evelina Children's Hospital
Nearly 100,000 children are treated every year by The Evelina Children's Hospital, South London. It specialises in caring for babies born prematurely or with serious medical conditions.
Facing the World
One in 200 children is affected by facial disfigurement. The psychological distress and stigma these children face can be enormous. Many are physically beaten or assaulted. Facing The World provides children from the poorest countries with access to reconstructive surgery that can transform their lives.
Great Ormond Street Hospital
The ACF has supported Great Ormond Street Hospital for many years. Mohamed's first donation was a £6million MRI Scanner, made to the hospital's precise specificiations.
The young people of Hackney Cadets are reworking unclaimed and scrap bicycles siezed by the Metropolitan Police and redistributing them to HIV orphanages in Gambia, Tanzania and Kenya.