Find out more about donating and fundraising for the Trust.
Donate or fundraise
You can play a part in improving healthcare and enabling pioneering research at our Trust by donating or fundraising to one of our charity organisations. You or a loved one may have been a patient at one of our hospitals and want to say thank you, or you may just want to support us to deliver the best care to our community.
Donate to Imperial Health Charity
Imperial Health Charity is the Trust’s dedicated charity. It helps our hospitals do more through grants, arts, volunteering and fundraising.
The charity funds major redevelopments, clinical research and medical equipment, as well as helping patients and their families at times of extreme financial difficulty.
If you would like to make a donation, you can choose where your money is spent. You can donate to a particular hospital, ward or department, or to one of the charity’s fundraising appeals and campaigns.
To make a donation to Imperial Health Charity, visit the charity’s website.
Large donations and corporate partnerships
If you would like to enquire about making a substantial contribution to Imperial Health Charity, or if you are interested in offering support through a corporate partnership, please contact:
Director of development, Imperial Health Charity
Phone: 020 3857 9852
Leave a donation in your will
By leaving a gift in your will, you can help Imperial Health Charity to continue improving healthcare at the Trust. It may be a way of saying thank you for the care and treatment you have received, or simply that you would like to make a real difference to patients and hospital staff in the future.
For more information about leaving a donation in your will, visit the charity’s website [www.imperialcharity.org.uk/fundraising/in-memorylegacy-gifts]
Make a donation in memory of a loved one
Making a donation that will help us continue to improve patient care is a thoughtful way to honour the memory of a loved one. By helping to fund pioneering studies and research, your contribution will benefit countless others.
If you would like to discuss making a donation in memory of a friend or family member, Imperial Health Charity can provide a range of support and advice. For more information, visit the charity’s website [www.imperialcharity.org.uk/fundraising/in-memorylegacy-gifts]
Fundraise for Imperial Health Charity
Fundraising through major appeals and community events enables Imperial Health Charity to continue its essential work. There are lots of opportunities for you to take part in the charity’s fundraising events or organise one of your own.
From bike rides to treks, skydives and marathons, the charity can provide all the support and advice you need to start your fundraising adventure.
When you fundraise for Imperial Health Charity, you can decide where your money is spent. You can fundraise for a particular hospital, ward or department, or towards one of the charity’s fundraising appeals and campaigns.
For more information and support, visit the charity’s website.
You can also contact the charity’s fundraising team:
T: 020 3640 7766
Become a Friend
Our Friends groups are independent voluntary organisations that support our hospitals in many ways, including running shops and cafes, raising funds for local improvements and helping out at events. Importantly, they also provide a close connection with our local communities.
If you wish to specifically donate to Hammersmith Hospital in memory of someone, it is also possible to leave a donation to the Friends of Hammersmith Hospital. Visit their website for more information.
If you would like to donate to one of our Friends organisations or help them to fundraise, you can find out more by visiting their webpages:
Donate to COSMIC
COSMIC supports supports St Mary’s Hospital’s children’s intensive care unit by funding personal support for families, improvements in clinical services and research.
Donate to the Winnicott Foundation
The Winnicott Foundation supports our neonatal units at St Mary’s and Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea hospitals, helping improve care for premature and sick babies.
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