Every minute one woman in the UK is diagnosed with breast cancer.
Nottingham’s Breast Institute is one of the country’s leading breast cancer centres, undertaking vital cancer research, enhanced treatments and facilities for cancer patients in our Nottingham hospitals.
Every year, we fund groundbreaking research at Nottingham Breast Institute, and by donating to our appeal you are helping its early detection, diagnosis and targeted treatment of breast cancer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted cancer patients and services across the country, so this year, our funding for vital cancer research in Nottingham is now more important than ever.
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Hayward House is a specialist palliative care unit in the grounds of the City Hospital. Find out how we support specialist care for patients and families who stay here.
Nottingham Children’s Hospital
Each year our Nottingham Children’s Hospital treats thousands of poorly babies and children. Find out how Nottingham Hospitals Charity helps give them the best possible start in life.
See how your support helps fund training for our hospital nurses.
Staff education and welfare
See how we provide continual education opportunities for our staff and how we look after their welfare.
Research and innovation
Medical research and innovation is at the heart of healthcare.
Patient facilities and equipment
One of the biggest ways Nottingham Hospitals Charity supports our local hospitals is by funding state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to directly enhance patient care.
New buildings and major refurbishment
We also fund improvements to buildings and spaces within Nottingham’s hospitals themselves.
Baby MRI Appeal
Part of our Big Appeal, we’re raising money for state-of-the-art equipment at Nottingham’s Children’s Hospital.
Hayward House Appeal
Our palliative care centre at City Hospital receives regular grants from the Charity, to cover extra nursing posts, counselling and complementary therapies.
Zephyr's Nottingham Appeal
We fund the Zephyr's Centre, which provides support for those who have experienced the loss of a baby or child.