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7th November 2018

Gogglebox stars to help Nottingham family switch on Christmas lights for Hayward House

A Nottingham family have once again decked their house and garden in thousands of Christmas lights to raise money for Nottingham Hospitals Charity – and they will be joined by three stars from the TV show Gogglebox to switch them on....
2nd November 2018

Supporting clinical research in Nottingham

Our Charity Chief Executive Barbara Cathcart gives a personal insight into a new medical research award "Remember, remember the 6th of November".  It's a very special day for us as Nottingham Hospitals Charity was born on 6th November 20...
15th October 2018

Our Charity Office is moving!

Nottingham Hospitals Charity will be moving office on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th October. During this time we will not have usual access to our phones and computers. We'll do our best to limit any disruption this may cause to our supp...
11th October 2018

Zephyr’s support centre partners with art exhibition for bereavement drop-in session for Baby Loss Awareness Week

A special exhibition is coming to Nottingham and partnering with local bereavement support centre Zephyr’s, which is run by Nottingham Hospitals Charity, this Baby Loss Awareness Week (9 to 15 October, with the exhibition running from 13 to...
2nd October 2018

Zephyr’s has been shortlisted for a Butterfly Award

The Zephyr’s centre, which provides support for families who have lost a child, baby or pregnancy, has been shortlisted for a Butterfly Award! The Butterfly Awards take place annually and celebrate people who have experienced baby loss,...
1st October 2018

‘Think Pink’ for Nottingham Breast Institute this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Our Senior Community Fundraiser, Naomi, talks about the success of our Breast Institute fundraisers this year and all of opportunities open to people who want to fundraise in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. 2018 has been...
20th September 2018

Super September: how charity fundraising can benefit your business

Marianne is a Corporate Partnerships Officer at Nottingham Hospitals Charity. She works with businesses who have chosen to fundraise for Nottingham's hospitals. Choosing to fundraise for any charity often involves getting out of your comfo...
19th September 2018

I’m running a Half Marathon to thank the NHS for saving my daughter’s life

Emma Lindley is running the Robin Hood Half Marathon in Nottingham on 30th September to fundraise for our Big Appeal for Nottingham Children's Hospital. If you've signed up for the event but haven't yet chosen a charity to support, there's...
18th September 2018

Plans unveiled for new iMRI to help children with brain tumours

Medics at Nottingham Children’s Hospital today (18 Sept) unveiled new plans for an MRI suite to be used during paediatric brain surgery. At the event, held during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, leading paediatric neurosurgeons showed...
17th September 2018

Super September: Celebrating our young fundraisers for Nottingham Children’s Hospital

Siân is a Community Fundraiser at Nottingham Hospitals Charity. She works closely with children, schools, and young people's community groups across Nottinghamshire to support their fundraising. The Big Appeal for Nottingham Children’s Hos...
10th September 2018

Super September: Celebrating life through In Memory Giving

Ellis is a Fundraising Officer at Nottingham Hospitals Charity. She works with fundraisers who have chosen to give to charity in memory of a loved one. In memory fundraising isn’t always the easiest to talk about. It is, after all, linked...
1st September 2018

Super September: Celebrating NHS staff fundraisers

Naomi is a Senior Community Fundraiser at Nottingham Hospitals Charity. She works closely with Nottingham hospital staff to support their fundraising. At Nottingham Hospitals Charity we are incredibly lucky to meet inspirational fundraiser...