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Fundraising and Donating

As an employer of over 4,000 people the Trust is also one of the biggest employers in the area and sees nearly a million patients each year. Charitable Funds supports the work of the hospital and its staff.

By raising additional money we can improve the healthcare and experience delivered to our patients. The money raised and donated via Charitable Funds does not replace money provided to our hospitals from the government.

Charitable Funds are needed instead to pay for things that aren’t covered by the NHS, e.g., enhance patient environment/add value to service.


What is the money spent on?

You can specify if you’d like your money to be spent more generally across our hospitals or specifically to a department or ward.

The sorts of things Charitable Funds are often spent on:

Examples of recent items that Charitable Funds has provided:


How to get involved

Below is a comprehensive list of possible fundraising events to trigger your imagination. However, please do not let this restrict you- novel ideas will always have an impact!

  • Art show
  • Barbeque Party
  • Barn Dance
  • Bazaar/Booksale
  • Bungee Jump
  • Cake & Candy Stall
  • Car Boot Sale/Wash/Rally
  • Cheese & Wine Party
  • Christmas Fayre
  • Cocktail Party
  • Coffee Morning
  • Craft Fair
  • Dinner Dance
  • Fete
  • Football Tournament
  • Fun Run
  • Garden Party
  • Go-Karting
  • Golf Day
  • Jumble Sale
  • Karaoke Night
  • Knitathon
  • Marathon
  • Non-uniform day
  • Quiz Night
  • Sponsored Bike Ride
  • Sponsored Walk
  • Sports Day
  • Staff Fun Day
  • Swear Box
  • Sweepstake
  • Swimathon
  • Theatre Night
  • Tombola
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Trivia Quiz
  • Wine Tasting
  • Raffle

How to donate


Frequently asked questions


Contact us

For any further information on donating/raising money for our hospitals, please contact Mark Anderson, Charitable Funds on 01923 436759.

If you are planning any events or appeals to raise money and would like to speak to someone, please contact the Communications Department on 01923 436280