- Last Updated: Thursday, 05 July 2018 12:30
Funding through the local NHS framework helps us provide the best services for you in terms of medical, surgical and cancer care.
Our expenditure plans are clearly defined to enable us to meet our waiting list and other performance targets.
The role of fundraising is to provide the additional monies in specific areas that go beyond the Trust’s normal range of services. These may be large capital projects (such as a new treatment centre), funding for research, or smaller funds to provide additional equipment or to improve the care environment for patients, carers, relatives and visitors.
The picture above is the Stephanie Marks Diabetes Resource Centre at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, that was officially opened by Sir Ian Botham OBE. The centre is dedicated to Stephanie Marks, a young girl who dreamed of becoming a doctor and who tragically died from complications from the disease in 2002, aged just 17. We are extremely grateful to the many people who donated time and money to support the fundraising for the new centre.
If you would like to donate or fundraise for us please get in touch to discuss what ward or service you would like to support, or to hear about our exciting WISH LIST of fundraising projects for 2018/19.
NHS Big 7 Tea: The time to say thank you
On and around 5th July, people up and down the country will get together to raise a cuppa to our beloved NHS and raise funds for NHS charities.
Please visit the NHS Big Tea pages to find out more.
Little Roo Neonatal Fund
The Little Roo Neonatal Fund was set up by a team of doctors, nurses, parents and support staff and is part of the Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals Charitable Trust (Reg Charity 1058567) with the specific aim of supporting the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Each Neonatal Intensive care cot costs in the region of £80,000 to fully equip, and we also have been able to purchase an ultrasound machine (£60k), equipment to help babies breathe (£4k to £20k each), a breast milk pasteurizer (£19k) and devices for treating and monitoring potential brain injury (£20k).
There is always an ongoing need for additional and replacement specialist equipment, and also to send staff for specialist training that the NHS cannot provide funding for.
Ideas for Fundraising
We are very grateful for every penny raised for the our charitable funds. If you are thinking about a fund-raising event, amongst other things, previous fund-raisers have done the following:
- Marathons / half marathons / walks / climbs etc
- Garden parties
- Charity ball
- Charity Football match
- Golf Days
- Nominated charity at work, school, club
- Street party
- Collections following school / nursery Christmas plays
Supporting other Wards and Departments
If you would like to support other clinical areas in the Trust, for example our dementia or cardiology teams, or perhaps donate Christmas gifts to our paediatric and elderly wards, please contact the Ward Manager or Service Manager.