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23rd September 2016

Legacy boost for haematology services

A lady whose parents were treated at Nottingham’s hospitals left a large gift in her will for research into multiple myeloma. Marion Irish, who grew up in Nottingham and lived to her early 90s, left £535,000 to the City Hospital’s Haemat...
22nd September 2016

TV star Tina pledges £30k winnings to Nottingham Children’s Hospital

Coronation Street star Tina O’Brien and her fiancé Adam won the jackpot in ITV's All Star Mr and Mrs last night and have chosen to donate their £30,000 winnings to Nottingham Children’s Hospital. Tina, who plays Sarah Platt in the popula...
9th September 2016

‘However, working for Nottingham Hospitals Charity for nearly two years has given me some hope. Hope that there are people in the world who are determined to make a positive and lasting difference’.

In just over a week's time I will be sat on a plane to South Africa. I will have left my job, my friends and my family to embark on a brand new adventure…. I am terrified! Whilst in South Africa I will be volunteering with an internation...
6th September 2016

Charity funds haven for bereaved families

Parents who suffer the loss of a pregnancy, baby or child will soon have a special support centre funded by the Zephyr’s fund through Nottingham Hospitals Charity -  thanks to the dedication of a Nottingham couple whose son Zephyr was still...
2nd September 2016

‘Working for Nottingham Hospitals Charity, it is incredible to see the lengths that NUH staff will go to for their hospitals’.

Our fundraiser Joanne is still recovering from our Total Wipeout event which took place at the City Hospital Cricket Pitch on Wednesday 31st August.  The sun shone. A crowd gathered. And inflatable obstacles took over the cricket field a...
25th August 2016

Charities work together to raise awareness of myeloma

Nottingham Hospitals Charity has teamed up with an independent Nottingham-based multiple myeloma charity, The Basil Skyers Myeloma Foundation, to raise awareness of multiple myeloma – an incurable cancer of the blood and bone marrow which c...
9th August 2016

Hayward House gave me a true sense of purpose – yes there was a future after all.

Volunteer Ivory Longley reflects on his time as a patient at Hayward House – he has since used his creative flair to raise £3,000 for the unit. I sat in an armchair away from everyone else, just looking out of the window watching squirre...
2nd August 2016

Ride to Rio to raise £11k for Charity

Two play therapists from Nottingham University Hospital are gearing up to cycle the coast of Brazil in September 2017 to raise money for Nottingham Children’s Hospital. Samantha Ward and Claire Hardy, from the Children’s Hospital Play Se...
25th July 2016

Sainsbury’s Beeston raise over £10,000 for breast cancer patients

Staff from Sainsbury’s in Beeston recently presented Nottingham Hospitals Charity with a cheque for £10,201, raised by colleagues and customers over the last year for the Nottingham Breast Institute, at City Hospital. The Breast Institut...
22nd July 2016

£225k for patients with liver and stomach conditions

Patients with long-term health conditions of the liver and digestive system will have access to improved treatment and shorter waiting times, thanks to funding from Nottingham Hospitals Charity. The £225,000 Charity funding will revoluti...
21st July 2016

Charity gives a lift to Linden Lodge

Patients at Linden Lodge Neurological Rehabilitation Unit are recovering from major trauma and other serious neurological illnesses with help from ten new adjustable height plinths bought with £12,500 funding from Nottingham Hospitals Chari...

Hospital staff exceed fundraising targets to back their Charity

Staff at Nottingham’s hospitals raised a gigantic £80,000 for Nottingham Hospitals Charity last year, substantially exceeding their original challenge to raise £500 per ward. Staff across 80 wards and 20 administrative areas were set the...