We work really closely with our hospitals to fund projects which give back to our incredible NHS staff. It’s a brilliant way to say ‘thank you’ and support those who have cared for you and your loved ones.
This includes all sorts of training and development projects, such as our ‘Charity Scholars’ project where we have funded university scholarships for a cohort of 26 new nursing and midwifery students, to further develop their leadership and innovation skills through a degree place at Nottingham Trent University.
We’ve also extremely proud to have supported Nottingham City Hospital on its journey to become the first hospital in the UK to receive Magnet® Recognition. The accreditation means that City Hospital is now globally recognised for providing world-class nursing care and leadership.
Supporting our Charity Scholars
Find out more about our cohort of new nursing and midwifery students, and how we are supporting them in their learning and development.
Psychological support packagesAfter the psychological trauma of the Covid-19 pandemic, Nottingham Hospitals Charity has funded a £363,000 project to support staff mental wellbeing.
Supporting BAME staffWe have funded a new role at NUH, which aims to support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff at our hospitals.
Read more of our impact stories
See how your support helps fund training for our hospital nurses.
Nottingham Children’s Hospital - the Big Appeal
Each year our Nottingham Children’s Hospital treats thousands of poorly babies and children. Find out how we've helped give them the best possible start in life through our Big Appeal.
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.
Big Appeal for Nottingham Children's Hospital
Our Big Appeal supports young patients and their families at Nottingham Children's Hospital.
The Robin Centre
Our safe space works with Nottingham Hospitals to support patients who have experienced terrible loss.
Hayward House Appeal
Our Hayward House Appeal aims to raise £1.5 million to create better facilities for patients and their families.