Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

At Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT), we believe that every patient deserves the highest quality of care available. Our aim is to support Addenbrooke's and the Rosie hospitals by raising funds for cutting edge technology, additional specialist services, vital research and extra comforts for patients that make all the difference over and above what would be possible through NHS funding alone.

Both Addenbrooke's and the Rosie hospitals were founded as a result of generous gifts and we're fortunate that for many years, charitable giving has helped to keep your hospitals at the forefront of outstanding patient care. Your weekly participation in our lottery will help continue this tradition.

Thanks to our regular givers' generosity, we have been able to fund a broad range of projects and services across the hospitals, including diagnostic scanners, cardiac monitors, intensive care equipment, music therapy and research into a wide range of medical conditions, to name just a few. Your support makes all the difference – thank you.

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Barnsley Hospital Charity

Barnsley Hospital Charity fundraises to provide the best care and treatment possible for the people of Barnsley and beyond. We do this by funding projects that go beyond that which the NHS can provide and every bit of support that you are able to give makes a difference in the quality of care that Barnsley Hospital provides. In supporting our charity you will play a very real part in saving lives, developing new treatments, helping our patients have access to the most state of the art facilities and equipment and support those that need it most. We fund:

  • Cutting edge facilities and an improved environment
  • State of the art equipment that can make a real difference to patient care
  • Opportunities for staff training in specialist areas
  • Opportunities to further medical knowledge through research

We can only continue to do this with your support, join our lottery now and help improve treatment and care for the people of Barnsley.

  • £10 could buy DVDs to distract young patients on our children's ward whilst they receive treatment
  • £50 could buy bereavement boxes to help support relatives at highly difficult times
  • £100 could buy memory aids to help dementia patients socialise and gain independence
  • £500 could help train our nurses in specialist reconstruction techniques for our breast cancer patients
  • £2,500 could buy communication tools for tracheotomy patients
  • £6,000 could buy specialist phototherapy equipment for our premature babies
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Bay Hospitals Charity

Bay Hospitals Charity rely on your support to allow us to fund state of the art equipment. Your donations help improve the hospital environment, purchase the very latest in technology and help clinical teams access the latest training and techniques.

Our aim is simple, to ensure that you get the best possible care when you need it most.

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Bedfordshire Hospital's NHS Charity

The Bedfordshire Hospital's Charity continues the legacy of community giving by fundraising for items above NHS provision, which we believe makes a huge difference to patients' lives both now and in the future. We aim to put this into practice by helping the patients, their families and carers, and visitors to the hospital by:

  • Funding medical research to understand better the diseases affecting our patients today so we can develop the cures and therapies of tomorrow.
  • Enhancing the care our hospital can offer through making grants for new equipment and building improvements to deliver better facilities.
  • Investing in NHS staff, in particular by supporting staff engagement.
  • Supporting the creation of a caring environment for patients receiving treatment, their families and visitors.
  • Making a number of small grants for the provision of extra comforts for patients and to support social and other activities recommended as part of their rehabilitation.
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Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity

Thank you for signing up to take part in our weekly lottery and helping us to do more for our sick kids.

At Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, we believe there’s always more we can do for our brave patients, and it’s our mission to raise the vital funds needed to improve the hospital environment and the experience we offer the kids in our care.

It is only through the kindness, generosity and hard work of our supporters raising these vital funds for our charity that we are able to do more and more every year to take us closer to achieving our vision to provide the best possible facilities and environment at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, for our exceptional patients and young people.

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Birmingham Women's Hospital Charity

Thank you for signing up to take part in our weekly lottery and helping to support the women, babies and families we care for at our hospital.

At Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity, we believe that there is always more we can do for the women at our hospital and their families, and it’s our mission to raise the vital funds needed to make a real difference to all who use our hospital’s services, offering them the best experience possible.

It is only through the kindness, generosity and hard work of our supporters raising these vital funds for our charity that we are able to do more and more every year to take us closer to achieving our vision to provide the best possible facilities and environment at Birmingham Women’s Hospital, for our exceptional patients and their families.

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Blue Skies Hospitals Fund

As the charity for Blackpool Teaching Hospitals we support the best in patient care and medical research for Blackpool, Flyde and Wyre area.

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a vital element of the community on the Fylde Coast, and also regionally, thanks to the work of the Lancashire Cardiac Centre, the Haematology Unity and the Lancashire Bowel Cancer Screening Centre.

Blue Skies makes a positive difference every single day to patients, their families and friends.

What will you donation be used for?

Your donation will allow us to purchase the latest medical equipment to help diagnose patients rapidly and accurately. It will also help develop medical research breakthroughs that will benefit future patients and improve the environments where our patients and visitors are cared for and where staff and volunteers are located.

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Brighter Futures

Brighter Futures is the charity for Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust which includes Great Western Hospital and community health sites in Swindon. With your help we can fund that extra special level of care in order to make a real difference to patients, their families and our staff who treat them, above what the NHS is able to provide. We improve the hospital environment, fund ground-breaking research, support the development and training of hospital staff and provide state-of the-art equipment.

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Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity

We aim to make our local hospitals better for everyone in the community, investing in state of the art equipment and extra care over and above that provided by the NHS. Thanks to supporters like you, we are able to create the best possible experience for patients and their families, and the money raised through our lottery will make a direct impact for local people, including patients fighting cancer, those who experience stroke or dementia, heart patients and new-born babies with serious illness.

Your weekly participation in our lottery is so important in so many ways. For example, funds raised over the last year have enabled us to provide:

  • Special reclining chairs which give comfort to cancer patients receiving chemotherapy treatment for long periods.
  • Jaundice Meters which enable out community midwives to safeguard new babies from serious illness.
  • Reminiscence Therapy technology which helps patients with dementia to feel calm, secure and engaged in activities and nutrition which will improve their health.

It means so much to our patients and staff that people like you are supporting our work, thank you from all of us here for your support!

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Colchester and Ipswich Hospitals Charity

Colchester Hospitals Charity aims to make a real and positive difference to patient care in north east Essex by providing the many extras that cannot be supplied by the NHS alone.

Our supporters tell us what they would like to support and we ensure that their wishes are met. CoHoC supports patients and staff by working with the Trust in these key areas:

  • improving the hospital environment for patients and staff
  • new equipment
  • helping staff care for patients more effectively
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East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust Charitable Fund

The Hospitals' Charity raises, manages and distributes funds to help change patients lives and health experiences.

We achieve this through supporting innovative projects and pioneering medical research; this has a positive effect on our patients and leads to lasting improvements in care.

By supporting great medicine, excellent patient care and staff well-being we are making a difference to people's lives.

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East Cheshire NHS Charitable Fund

Help transform the everyday in your local NHS!

East Cheshire NHS Trust Charitable Fund goes above and beyond standard NHS Government funding to make your local NHS that extra special. From supporting staff health and wellbeing to providing toys to brighten up our young patients’ days to making long stay patients feel more at home – our mission is to make a visible difference.

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East Kent Hospitals Charity

Playing the East Kent Hospitals Charity Lottery will help us to help all the hospitals in East Kent with additional facilities for the patients and their relatives.

There are lots of ways that you can get involved in supporting the hospitals. Please see our website or contact us for further information.

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East Sussex Healthcare

Our Charity aims for the best possible healthcare for patients in East Sussex by enhancing the services provided by ESH NHS Trust where it's most needed.

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Your support and donations make a huge difference for our patients; improving the hospital environment, buying state-of-the-art medical equipment, funding research and teaching and helping go way above the NHS standard.

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Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Charity

We are the registered charity of Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Our purpose is to fund projects at the hospitals which go ‘above and beyond’ to make a real difference to patients and their loved ones, whether that’s new medical equipment, improving our hospital environment or supporting advanced training and development opportunities for our amazing staff.

So playing to support Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Charity means you are helping us to help your local hospitals.

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Friends of Airedale Hospital

The philosophy of the Charity is to strive to improve patients experience whilst they are in the hospital, by providing assistance in many areas of the hospital. The Chairman of Friends of Airedale, Michael Yates, says “we are not here to take over care for the patient but to work alongside the nursing staff. It is very important for us to assist with the care of the patients by providing funds to buy equipment which will help in the recovery of patients”.

This sentiment is reflected in the work carried out with their service to both the café in Outpatients', the Retail shop in Main Entrance and their Ward Trolley Service and Paper Round. It is good to be part of the voluntary work in the hospital and to know we can make a difference to the patients experience in hospital.

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Friends of PICU

Friends of PICU is a registered charity that supports children, their families and staff on the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton Children's Hospital. Southampton PICU is the regional lead centre for critically ill children aged from new born to 16 years. The children are admitted from 27 referring hospitals across the south of England and the Channel Islands, and from the various children's wards at University Hospital Southampton. Over 1,000 children are admitted each year for specialist care by the skilled and dedicated team. Whilst some admissions are planned, usually following cardiac, general or neurosurgery, more than half are emergency admissions across the 27 referring hospitals. To safely deliver these children to PICU a specialist PICU medical team is sent to stabilise and retrieve them. As the families may have travelled some distance for their child to receive this specialist care, accommodation is provided for them near to PICU.

Friends of PICU are very proud to have funded the expansion of PICU to 16 beds, from the previous 14, launched our 4th dedicated ambulance, and various items of specialist medical equipment, staff training, and craft materials to desensitise the medical environment, over the past 14 years. No child will pass through PICU without being helped by equipment and resources that Friends of PICU has purchased and donated. We also donate a very special and unique soft toy, Ellie the Elephant, to each child admitted helping to comfort and support them through such a difficult time. 

The Trustees believe every child that requires care and support of the PICU should have the best possible care they need, and through our help and assistance we can provide additional funds to support the medical team. You, and all of our kind and generous supporters, are the means to help us achieve our goal. With your amazing support our charity continues to grow and the difference we can all make together continues to grow and have a long lasting impact.

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Friends of St Mary's Hospital

The object of the Friends shall be to relieve and assist patients of the hospital in the community and generally to support the charitable work of St Mary's Hospital. We raise money to purchase items that will save lives or will make the patient's life easier.

We raise funds and receive contributions from many persons or organisations by way of subscriptions or otherwise. We supplement the service provided by St Mary's Hospital for the health and welfare and comfort of the patients by the provision of facilities, buildings and equipment which may be required for the treatments of patients.

We run a cafeteria and shop in the foyer of St Mary's Hospital and distribute papers and confectionery and other items.

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Hampshire Medical Fund

The charity, which buys cutting-edge medical equipment for Basingstoke, Winchester and Andover hospitals, was founded by the late Earl of Carnarvon in 1981. With the burden of funding requirements on the NHS ever increasing, the Hampshire Medical Fund's work is increasingly necessary to help enable our Hampshire Hospitals provide the best possible care for patients, putting our Hampshire NHS Trust at the forefront of clinical excellence.

By supplying pioneering equipment to our hospitals, the Hampshire Medical Fund is aiding our Hampshire NHS Trust in being able to attract and retain the best consultants, junior doctors, nurses and therapists to care for the community of Hampshire.

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Hywel Dda Health Charities

Hywel Dda Health Charities is the official charity of Hywel Dda University Health Board.

The aim of our charity is to make a positive difference to the health, wellbeing and experience of NHS patients, service users and staff across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.

Everyday our patients, their families and our staff benefit from donations from people like you. Our work would not be possible without your support and we are grateful for every donation we receive.

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Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity

Incredible things happen across our hospitals each and every day, but there will always be a need for the very latest in technology and those added extras that can make all the difference to patients and their families and this is where Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity steps in.

We’ve made it our mission to help fund additional items or services which are over and above the standard required by the NHS, and we are dedicated to making a difference to the many thousands of patients from across Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Your support helps to ensure our hospitals are equipped with the very latest in technology, enabling vital research and making our hospitals just that little more comfortable for patients and their families, ensuring that our patients get the very best care when they need it most.

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Leicester Hospitals Charity

Since 2002, we have been enhancing the hospital experience for the 1 million patients and visitors that enter through the Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester General Hospital and Glenfield Hospital's doors every year. Leicester Hospitals Charity exists to support the vital work carried out by our staff every day, every hour. Our hospitals are part of the NHS but the need to enhance is always there. We want to provide the very best care and facilities for the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and beyond. With your help, we are able to do just that.

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Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital Charity

Thank you for playing the LHCH Charity Lottery. Your support is really important and because of it we will be able to help thousands of people living with heart and lung disease.

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital is one of the UK's leading hospitals in the fight against heart and lung disease two of the biggest killers in the UK today. Please help us to continue that fight.

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Liverpool University Hospitals Charity

At Liverpool University Hospital’s Foundation Trust we are committed to delivering outstanding healthcare for the people and communities we are serve. Through the Trust Charity we are able to provide patients and staff with greater levels of that ensure a better experience.

Whilst in one of our hospitals, whether a patient or a member of staff at Aintree, Royal, Broadgreen or Dental we are always, constantly striving to make a real difference. With your support we can continue to make that difference!

Together we will

  • Deliver outstanding care, providing the most advanced treatments, technologies, and diagnostic tolls to support our patients.
  • Provide a comfortable and homely environment for patients and families.
  • Support specialist therapies and care services to aid recovery and wellbeing of our patients.
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Liverpool Women’s Hospital Charity

Putting patients first is at the heart of everything we do. Liverpool Women's Charity is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales – registration number 1048294. The charity works hard to raise funds on behalf of the Trust to enhance overall patient experience by providing services and equipment above what is normally funded by the NHS. These enhancements make a big difference to the comfort and well-being of our patients.

The aim of Liverpool Women’s Charity

Our charitable programmes fully support the entire range of patient services. The aim of the Liverpool Women's Charity is to support the care given to patients and their families. Alongside that main aim we also help to fund research and staff welfare initiatives as well as providing greater access to training and development opportunities.

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MWL NHS Charity

When people join our Charity Lottery, they make a crucial and lasting impact. All our patients benefit - from the youngest in our neonatal unit, to the many older, frailer people we care for. 

Our incredible staff and volunteers do everything they can to ensure every patient gets the best care possible. By playing our Charity Lottery you are supporting the wellbeing of our amazing staff and volunteers, as well as enabling Southport and Ormskirk hospitals to go even further - from funding the latest equipment and facilities to pioneering new treatments. 

When you play our Charity Lottery you help support the things that make all the difference to patients' recovery, such as calm, comfortable spaces to relax, play workers for our children's ward, and specialist arts therapies for dementia care. You also help create areas where people can remember loved ones they've lost, like our baby memorial garden. 

By playing the MWL NHS Charity you will make a tangible difference every day, which really means the world to us. Thank You. 

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Thank you for considering My University Hospitals Sussex, the dedicated charity for your local hospitals across the county.

Please join hundreds of your Sussex friends and neighbours who are already supporting the projects, treatments and care we provide above and beyond core NHS funding.

Your contribution can make real and tangible improvements to the lives of local NHS patients and staff, every day. From breast pumps for new mums, through toy-packed care bags helping children cope with the trauma of hospital visits, to hairdressing appointments and hand massages for elderly arthritis patients, your generosity will help us to fulfil our mission, to make life All Together Better.

So please sign up for our lottery today, so together we can keep delivering our vital services tomorrow, through the cost of living crisis, the recession and long into the future.

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North West Ambulance Charity Lottery

The North West Ambulance Charity aims to fund projects, equipment and initiatives to improve the overall wellbeing of staff and volunteers of North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) support community engagement and education, thereby improving health outcomes of patients in the community we serve.

We prioritise our charitable expenditure in two key areas:-

  • Supporting the health and wellbeing of our staff and volunteers
  • Saving lives in the communities that we serve.

We do this by:

  • Funding defibrillators in our communities, focusing on where health inequalities inhibit survival and recovery, and fund lifesaving skills training in those communities along with other engagement initiatives.
  • Supporting NWAS staff and volunteers by funding projects and initiatives enhancing workplace environments and supporting their physical and mental wellbeing, enabling them to provide high quality care for our patients.
  • To fund the provision of additional equipment to enable NWAS staff and volunteers to be more effective in their roles.

Supporting our staff and volunteers to save lives.

With your support we can continue to make a difference in our important work - thank you for choosing to play the North West Ambulance Charity Lottery. Your support could be lifesaving

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Nottingham Hospitals Charity

Thank you for signing up to The Big Nottingham Lottery. By playing our weekly lottery for Nottingham Hospitals Charity, you are supporting patient care across Nottingham’s four NHS hospitals.

Nottingham Hospitals Charity exists to support Nottingham’s four NHS hospitals – Queen’s Medical Centre, City Hospital, Ropewalk House and Nottingham Children’s Hospital. By supporting us, you are making a real difference to patient care and staff wellbeing.

With your support, we can fund:
• Vital research into the treatment of many different health conditions and illnesses
• State-of-the-art equipment to help diagnose patients both young and old
• Improvements to hospital environments, from waiting areas to accommodation
• Staff wellbeing packages and training opportunities for our colleagues in the NHS

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RD&E Charity

We raise charitable funds to support the continual improvement of our fantastic NHS services, building upon and enhancing the work achieved with NHS funding.
Your donations and support make a huge difference for our patients, their families and our dedicated staff, throughout our hospitals, community sites and care in people’s homes, including:

  • Enhancing the patient and staff environment
  • Funding state-of-the-art equipment
  • Heightening the level of patient care
  • Supporting additional staff development and training
  • Advancing medical knowledge through research
  • Allowing us to go above and beyond what can be achieved with NHS funding
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Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital Charity

Our hospitals pride themselves on delivering the very best treatment and patient care in helping to beat heart and lung disease. Your support will help fund the innovative and ground breaking work that make our two hospitals extraordinary.

We have the determination and expertise to deliver tomorrow's level of treatment and patient care today. Together we can make this vision a reality.

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Royal Free Charity

Our purpose is simple. We are here to improve the patient experience at the hospital. We achieve this mainly through funding innovative and pioneering medical research, and also through funding the added extras at the hospital.

When we look at medicine today, we see many surgical techniques, treatments, and technologies which not so long ago were just ideas going into research but which are now in daily use and which have saved countless lives. It seems impossible to imagine how hospitals coped before! It's our job to see what is the next great idea, to enable the researchers to come up with the next incredible innovation which will have a real impact on society, perhaps even on your life!

Every year we fund over £4 million of research and improvements to the hospital. Each and every penny donated to us is used to improve patient care. That is what it is all about for us - the experience people have when they are in the hospital. We will do everything we can to make that as positive as it can be, and we are absolutely determined to make a real difference to peoples' lives.

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Royal Papworth Hospital Charity

Playing the Royal Papworth Charity Lottery means making a difference to people's lives. You are helping to keep Royal Papworth Hospital at the forefront of the battle against heart and lung disease - not just now but for generations to come.

Yvonne has Brugda’s syndrome, a rare genetic condition that affects the way electrical signals pass through the heart. It can be life-threatening and as the condition is genetic, it has been passed down to one of her daughters and one of her granddaughters.

Royal Papworth Hospital has fitted Yvonne with an I.C.D., her own personal defibrillator which has saved her life on several occasions. Thanks to the care Yvonne has received, she has been able to lead the active lifestyle she loves and spend precious years watching her grandchildren grow.

Yvonne said “Royal Papworth Hospital is doing an amazing job of keeping me alive and the research they do is second to none. Research into heart conditions such as Brugda’s syndrome is so important as it is the only way to move forward and to help eradicate them for future generations to come.”

Royal Papworth Charity supports all aspects of the work of Royal Papworth Hospital, the UK's leading heart and lung centre.

  • In the UK, one in every four deaths is caused by cardiovascular disease and 20% of deaths by respiratory disease.
  • Heart and circulatory diseases cause just over 1 in 3 deaths globally; that's more than 19 million deaths each year
  • COPD, asthma, acute lower respiratory tract infections, TB and lung cancer are among most common causes of severe illness and death worldwide.

The funds raised help medical staff to keep pace with the very latest technology and training - enabling patients to receive the very best treatments and care available. Royal Papworth Charity is dedicated to funding pioneering medicine and innovative surgical advances to not only transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients but also help shape cardiothoracic medicine internationally.

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Royal Surrey County Hospital's Charitable Fund

Thousands of people receive treatment at the Royal Surrey County Hospital every year and thanks to you we can help make this experience as comfortable as possible, Thankyou!

Your weekly participation in our lottery is so important in so many ways. For example funds raised by our donors have enabled us to:

  • Provide a chill out room for our younger patients on Hascombe Ward
  • Help refurbish and equip our Intensive Care Unit
  • Purchase "cooling caps" for patients receiving chemotherapy
  • Install overnight rooms in our Special Care Baby Unit, allowing parents to stay with their little ones in preparation for taking them home.
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SASH Charity - for Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Donate to your local hospital charity and have a chance to win up to £25,000!

SASH Charity has joined Unity, a platform just for charities and good causes. When you play to support our charity, we receive 50p from each £1 entry. We are really excited to open this for you - your donations will help staff at SASH NHS Trust go above and beyond for patients at East Surrey Hospital, Crawley Hospital, and Horsham Hospital. Specifically you'll help us do four big things:

1) Create a new quiet space for people affected by cancer here in Surrey & Sussex with a summerhouse in the garden of the East Surrey Macmillan Cancer Centre

2) Enhance the children's ward at East Surrey Hospital - making the treatment room more child-friendly, creating a new family kitchen for parents of children in hospital, and providing new treatment chairs so children who don't need to be in a hospital bed can be cared for in a comfortable reclining armchair instead, reducing their sense of being unwell, while still receiving their vital care.

3) Help us transform an overnight room for parents to stay alongside their premature babies in comfort before they are well enough to go home.

4) Help to create a new staff room and courtyard for the 300 staff who work in the emergency department - saving lives 24/7 here at East Surrey Hospital. The new staff room will also be open to colleagues from other emergency services at the hospital, from police officers to paramedics and more.

Money raised by the lottery will also help us to support other ideas from hospital staff - wherever your help can have the greatest impact, and you will help us to work in partnership with other organisations in the SASH area, including other local health and care organisations and charities where it helps us achieve more by working together.

Our hospitals deliver care across East Surrey, and Northern West Sussex, in an area from Dorking and Caterham in the north, to Horsham and Haywards Heath in the South - with Gatwick Airport right in the centre.

By playing the SASH Charity Hospital Lottery you will directly help us do more for people who find themselves in hospital here in Surrey & Sussex.

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Southampton Hospitals Charity

At Southampton Hospitals Charity, we bring people together to raise life-changing funds for University Hospital Southampton – the South Coast’s leading healthcare provider.

From specialist services to pioneering research, our incredible supporters enhance care, experience and outcomes for thousands of patients every year.

They’re part of a community that creates real impact on services, and in turn, the people that come through our doors. We are the conduit that supports this experience, and we want our donors and patients to feel connected.

Take a look at how your help is transforming lives – or join the lottery as we enhance care, together.

In 2019-20, our lottery proceeds were £37,398. Of that, 50% was spent on a staff grant initiative, and 50% on prizes and expenses. The yearly grant initiative is run internally for all staff within University Hospital Southampton to put forward projects in their areas to benefit their patients by enhancing care and services.

In 2019-20, £21,214 was given out across 19 projects, and more on these can be found here. In 2020-21, lottery profits will go towards benefiting our staff and patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

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St George's Hospital Charity

The work of St George's Hospital Charity enhances the physical environment of the Hospitals for patients, staff and visitors.

We fund research and state of the art equipment. Through fundraising the charity is able to fund projects which touch the lives of the thousands of people cared for by the Hospitals and local community services each year.

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The Christie Charity

The Christie is the largest single site cancer centre in Europe, treating over 40,000 patients each year with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, specialised surgery, support and diagnostics.

The Christie charity is one of the largest hospital charities in the UK and works alongside The Christie to provide enhanced services over and above what the NHS funds.

The Christie charity helps to fund the following four areas – care & treatment, research, education and extra support services such as complementary therapy.

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The Grand Appeal

The Grand Appeal is the Bristol Children's Hospital Charity. The charity provides cutting edge, life-saving equipment, family accommodation and arts, music and play therapy for patients and their families at Bristol Children's Hospital.

Your weekly participation provides a regular gift and is important to us in so many ways. For example, your support would add up to the cost of one night's family accommodation just by playing once a week for a year. Funding home-from-home accommodation right opposite the hospital allows parents and siblings to remain close to their child's bedside whilst they are being treated, as well as allowing them to get some much-needed rest.

"Our daughter Ellie arrived at just 24 weeks and was transferred to Bristol for lifesaving surgery. Hayley and I were very worried about where we would stay. We were immediately welcomed at the charity's family accommodation. It was such a relief to be given a free placed to stay, located right by the hospital." - Jonathan

Thank you for your amazing support and good luck in The Grand Appeal Lotto!

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The League of Friends of the Bexhill Hospital

We aim to make our local hospital better for everyone in the community, investing in state of the art equipment and extra care over and above that provided by the NHS. Thanks to supporters like you, we are able to create the best possible experience for patients and their families, and the money raises through our lottery will make a direct impact for local people.

Your weekly participation in our lottery is so important in so many ways. For example, funds raised have enabled us to provide
• MRI Scanner
• OCT and laser equipment for the Eye Unit
• Free televisions for patients in the Irvine Unit
• And many more ...

It means so much to patients and staff that people like you are supporting our work, thank you from all of us here for your support!

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The RNOH Charity

The RNOH is one of the world's leading specialist orthopaedic hospitals, and has been at the cutting edge of orthopaedic care for over 100 years. This is entirely down to the dedication and the expertise of our staff, who operate from a series of 100-year-old buildings and a collection of Portakabins and Nissen huts which date back to the Second World War. Our hospital facilities are old, inefficient and unsuited to modern clinical practice.

However, funding has been secured to replace these old buildings with a new NHS orthopaedic hospital, which will be fully operational by 2016.

This funding will enable the RNOH to build a basic NHS orthopaedic hospital with standard equipment and no enhanced features. However, we want to design and construct a truly world-class, innovative healthcare environment that will bring real improvements in the quality of our care and transform the lives of our patients. In order to achieve this goal, we have launched our Redevelopment Appeal, which aims to raise £15million through support from individual donors, corporate partners, grant-making trusts, and fundraising events.

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The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity

Our Charity makes a real difference to the lives of our patients, their families and the staff that treat them by providing additional resources not usually provided by the NHS.

We would not be able to continue supporting the Trust without the kind generosity of our supporters.

They have helped us to provide:

  • Additional patient comforts - better quality comfortable furniture, additional furniture such as parental beds on the Children's Ward and special support cushions used during radiation therapy.
  • More advanced, specialist pieces of equipment, not generally provided by the NHS, for example a linear accelerator for the advanced treatment of cancer patients.
  • Items that improve the environment/ambience and patient experience.
  • Opportunities to further medical knowledge through research.
  • Children's books and toys, TVs, DVDs and other patient entertainment media.

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UHCW Charity

When you or a loved one is poorly it's an anxious time, you want to receive the best care possible. That's why we fundraise - to make things better for our patients, their families and the staff who treat them.

We support the full range of routine and specialist services, from cancer to cardiac, trauma to children and across the spectrum of ground breaking research at University Hospital, Coventry and the Hospital of St Cross, Rugby; as well as our local mental healthcare, learning disability services and community services managed by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust.

Charitable donations are key to making us what we are.

“Children with cerebral palsy are at high risk of getting pneumonia, and death, especially during bed rest after surgery on their legs. The Charity funded a vest that electronically pummels a child's chest it is the most effective way in preventing this from happening” Dr Van de Pleug, Trauma and Orthopaedics

“I spent three days staring up at the ceiling, going out of my mind, unable to move or see anyone. Thanks to this mechanical chair, funded by the Charity, I have been able to get up, sit up and talk to people. It is a massive improvement” Alan Cranfield, patient

“The degree of accuracy we can get using this innovative Davinci surgical robot is second to none and we are really excited that, thanks to our Charity, we can offer this cutting edge surgery to our patients.” Consultant Urologist, Mr Donald MacDonald.

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Help us to support innovations in treatments and to ensure our patients receive world class care, now and in the future… at the same time, you will be in with a chance of winning up to £25,000 and that's not bad!When you or a loved one is poorly it's an anxious time, you want to receive the best care possible. That's why we fundraise - to make things better for our patients, their families and the staff who treat them.

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University College Hospital Cancer Fund

University College Hospital aims to ensure that all people with cancer, their families and carers receive a world-class service from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. To achieve this aim,we have created the University College Hospital Cancer Fund (incorporating Cancer Care at UCLH) which assists with important areas of work above and beyond what the NHS is able to provide for haematology, oncology and red cell patients.

Our vision is to make a difference to all cancer patients at UCLH by investing in projects that enhance our patients' and carers' experiences, whilst advancing our services through funding additional medical equipment and staff training.

University College Hospital Cancer Fund is part of UCLH Charity, registered charity number 229771
By making a donation to this Fund, you are not only supporting UCLH patients and staff but helping us to remain one of the leading cancer specialist hospitals in North London.

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Valley Hospital Charity

Darent Valley Hospital is a modern acute care hospital in Kent.

Your support will help us give the very best care by helping to introduce comfort items as well as the most up-to-date and innovative equipment needed to treat cancer, heart disease, stroke, sick children and special care babies and many other conditions.

Staff will meet every few months to decide what items can be purchased from the lottery money raised. The money will be awarded to those bids that aim to bring improvements for the benefit of our patients.

Please give your support we would be so grateful.

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Whittington hospital Charitable Funds

The Whittington Hospital Charitable Funds is a registered charity that raises, manages, and distributes funds to help change patients' lives and health experiences. We fundraise for health improvement projects and vital medical equipment for sick and premature babies, children's health services and for the elderly care.

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WUTH Charity

WUTH Charity has one mission, to further improve patient care. WUTH Charity lottery has been established to do just that. It also gives YOU an opportunity to win some fabulous cash prizes!

Money raised through your support will go directly to the Patient Wish fund, supporting departments across both Arrowe Park Hospital and Clatterbridge Hospital. Any help you can give is greatly appreciated. Goodluck!

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York & Scarborough Hospitals Charity

Supporting our lottery will make a positive difference at your local hospital.

Be one of the first to join us and receive a charity pin badge! Click here for more information.

Only with your on-going support can we continue to make a positive difference in your local hospitals. You allow us to keep paying for those vital extras to improve healthcare facilities for everyone.

For patients and visitors, this might be new and state of the art facilities and equipment or improvements to the hospital environment.

For staff, we provide support and improvements to help them provide the best possible care for their patients.

It doesn’t take much to make a huge difference to our patients and their families.

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