Your donations make incredible things happen
Who we are
Nottingham Hospitals Charity exists to support Nottingham’s four NHS hospitals - including Queen’s Medical Centre, City Hospital, Ropewalk House and the Nottingham Children’s Hospital.
We work with amazing fundraisers, volunteers, patients, businesses, NHS staff and other local communities, all to make hospital care in Nottingham the best it can be.
What we do
Last year, we raised over £4 million, to help fund life-saving equipment, staff development, medical research and enhanced facilities.
We are here if you would like to say ‘thank you’ to our incredible NHS workers, whether they have cared for you as a patient, looked after a loved one or have inspired you in your local community.
Your donations are used in projects where they really matter.
Why we exist
In our 15 year history, your support has funded all kinds of improvements in areas such as:
- New facilities, family-friendly wards and comfortable environments for visitors.
- The latest specialist equipment, such as state-of-the-art ultrasound scanners.
- Medical research for a variety of conditions such as breast cancer, dementia and osteoarthritis.
- Funding innovative staff leadership and development programmes that help hospital staff provide the best possible care.
With your help, we can show our thanks for their hard work and dedication in keeping us safe.
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.
Staff education and welfare
See how we provide continual education opportunities for our staff and how we look after their welfare.