How to raise funds

Fundraising

The continued support of those who raise money for our hospitals is invaluable. All donations are gratefully received and they make such a difference to so many people.

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Whether it is donations left through legacies or from the many fantastic deeds of our fundraising supporters, such as; charity balls, activity events, bingo nights or marathons, every penny raised goes a long way towards helping patients and their families. Many families also choose to support the Hospital Charity after a loved one has passed away in recognition of that person or the care they received. Donors can support whichever treatment area they choose and the Charity Office can help you with any questions you may have.

The charity have purchased many valuable items with the funds raised. These items help staff provide the very best care for our patients, but are over and above that which is provided by the NHS. Just a few of those items include:

  • Free post-surgery specialist bra and drain bags for every Breast Cancer patient
  • Specialist bespoke pressure garments for burns patients
  • Furniture for the Trust's reminiscence rooms for the elderly
  • Specialist play equipment for younger patients
  • Additional equipment for newborn babies
  • Wall mounted TVs
  • Exercise equipment
  • Reclining chairs
  • Mobile fans and heaters
  • Wheelchairs
  • Microscopes

How to donate

You can donate to the service or department of your choice in a number of ways:

By phone

You can make a credit card donation of any amount by calling General Office: 0151 430 1046 / 1276

Online

You can donate via JustGiving or visit our charity website for more information

In person

Visit General Office at either Whiston or St Helens hospitals to donate in person

For more information

If you would like more information or would like to request sponsorship forms, collection boxes or if you require proof of fundraising for the Trust, please contact Claire Simmo on 0151 290 4400

Patients are eligible for free NHS treatment at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching hospitals NHS Trust if they are: Ordinarily resident in the UK or: Overseas visitors, but entitled to free NHS services under the National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Regulations

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