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Please help continue to make a difference and support us today

If you would like to fundraise, volunteer or make a donation to the Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity, contact the fundriaising team by emailing: fundraising@glos.nhs.uk or phoning: 0300 422 3231

You can make a donation online:

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You can also complete a donation form and return to: Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Gloucester, GL1 3NN.

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The Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity raises funds to make a real difference for our patients, their families and the staff who treat them and work at Gloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals as well as the Stroud Maternity Unit.

Your support for the Charity enables us to invest in projects that make the hospitals better for you.  Our aim is to create a comfortable and positive environment for all of our patients and staff, investing in improvements to our buildings, in state of the art equipment and extra care over and above that provided by the NHS.

Thanks to the generous support of the local community, the Friends of Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, the Friends of Cheltenham Hospital and other local charities, we have already funded many projects.  Find out more...

Our Campaigns

FOCUS

Fund for oncology centre users and supporters. Fundraising to provide additional advanced technical equipment and improvements in patient care and support.

 

NHS Warriors take on military challenge for cancer patients

A team of local hospital staff, led by their Chief Executive Deborah Lee, will face up to an epic army challenge on Exmoor this weekend to raise vital funds for local cancer patients. Read more or donate now.

EPIC

Supporting children and young people with epilepsy in Gloucestershire. Children and young people with epilepsy are more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression than their
peers, EPIC offers them support.

 


 

Where your money goes Our good news A gift in you will Events

Where your money goes 

Find our how your money is making a real difference to patients, carers, visitors and staff.



Our good news 

Celebrate the good news of the charity and all those that are involved in making it a success.


 

A gift in your will

Find out you can leave a gift in your will, in memory of a loved one or set up a tribute fund. 



 

Events

You can find an event or even create your own to support Gloucestershire Hospitals Charity.