Creating spaces that enable us to treat more children and give our researchers and clinical staff the resources they need to develop new treatments and new approaches to care.
Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of our supporters, in 2011 our Children’s Heart Appeal succeeded in raising £2 million for a brand new “hybrid” cardiac theatre.Read more
Our Star Appeal raised £3.65 million to create the UK’s first centre for the care and treatment of children with rare diseases.Read more
Providing a sanctuary for parents and families who have received difficult or upsetting news and funded entirely by generous charitable donation, Magnolia House is the first centre of its kind in the UK, setting the benchmark for palliative and bereavement care across the country.Read more
With charitable support we were able to replace our Emergency Department’s dated x-ray machine, taking advantage of recent advances in technology.Read more
In 2006, our Burn Centre Appeal helped to fund the creation of a new Paediatric Burn Centre, which enabled us to double the number of children with burn injuries that we treat each year. Although the NHS paid the majority of the development our appeal raised an additional £3 million to create the very best possible healing environment for our patients.Read more
In 2009, our charity partnered with BBC WM for the Kidney Kids Appeal to create a brand new state of the art Renal Unit. The appeal successfully funded the relocation of the unit into a bright, modern space and created a healing environment for the 1,800 children with kidney problems who visit us each year.Read more
Each year around 1,700 children are diagnosed with cancer and more than 250 of them are treated at our hospital. To do more to improve the hospital experience for children and families facing very frightening and challenging time our Children’s Cancer Centre Appeal was launched in 2012, with the aim of raising £4million to develop a new state-of-the-art centre of our young patients.Read more