Donations and Fundraising 

Last updated 21 May 2014 

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The NHS provides funding for all essential care and treatment at our hospitals, but voluntary fundraising support and your donations can make a massive difference for our patients and staff.

This support is important for helping to improve the experience of our patients, enhancing our facilities and making a visit to hospital feel less stressful.

Fundraising can also support staff training, welfare and much more. This page provides details about how you can support us. This handy leaflet, which focuses on our Women and Children's Services, also gives you an idea of some of the ways your support will help.

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How you can help:

You can support our staff and patients in a number of ways, including:

  • Organise your own fundraising event in your community or place of work with family, friends and colleagues.
  • Join in with a sponsored event, including ones which our Trust Charity is hoping to organise in the future.
  • Leave a legacy in your will.
  • Volunteer in one of our Friends' coffee shops at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and Princess Royal Hospital in Telford. Find out more on our Friends' pages (see below for details)
  • Simply make a donation (see below for details).
    Jennifer and Poppy Richards

    Jennifer Richards gave birth to daughter Poppy at 24 weeks in July 2010. Poppy was cared for on the Trust’s Neonatal Unit. Poppy is now healthy and well.

    Jennifer says:  “I couldn’t thank staff enough. Not only did they look after Poppy and gave her the best treatment, they also looked after us as a family. Giving birth to Poppy so early was very scary but as a team they were absolutely amazing and made the journey easier than it could have been. They were wonderful.”

If you would like advice or support about planning events, or how you can help the Trust Charity, please email us.


How you can make a donation: 

Your donations contribute to our Charitable Funds. The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust has its own Charitable Trust (Registered Charity 1107883) registered with the Charities Commission.

We are also incredibly grateful for the support we receive from our main Charitable Partners.


You can make a donation in person

Gifts and donations are welcomed by the wards and departments providing your care.  Please talk to the staff in your ward or department about how you can make gifts or donations.

Donations can also be made in person at the Cashiers Office. This is located next to the main Outpatients waiting area at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, and in the main reception area of the Princess Royal Hospital. The Cashiers Office is open during normal office hours from Monday to Friday.

Cheques should be made payable to "The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust Charity".


Roxie Brookes and Staff Nurse
Roxie Brookes has Cystic Fibrosis and spends two weeks on the Children’s Ward receiving treatment for the condition twice a year.

Her granddad Trevor Jenkins says: “The staff on the Children’s Ward are brilliant. Nothing is too much trouble for them. Roxie doesn’t mind spending time on the ward, as the staff really make her feel welcome and at home. They are wonderful.”

You can make a donation online

 

You can donate online via our Just Giving page at www.justgiving.com/sath/donate 


You can make a donation by post

Please send all donations to:

The Cashiers Office
The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
Mytton Oak Road
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY3 8XL

Cheques should be made payable to "The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust Charity".


You can support our main Charitable Partners

Alongside your donations to our own Charitable Trust we are incredibly grateful for the support our patients and staff receive from our main charitable partners.

These include:

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