Leeds Hospitals Charity

Leeds Hospitals Charity

At a glance

Causes

  • Health and well being / research and care

Other details

Organisation type: 
Charity
Geographical remit: 
National - England

Objectives

Leeds Hospitals Charity is the charity of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the largest NHS Trusts in England and the largest provider of specialist regional and national services. The Trust is comprised of seven hospitals and a dental institute, including Leeds General Infirmary, St James University Hospital, Leeds Children’s Hospital, and the Leeds Cancer Centre.

Our five-year strategy centres around supporting and enhancing the highest standards of healthcare and patient and family wellbeing, from pioneering and life-saving front-line clinical care, to ground-breaking and novel research and innovation, supporting the communities we serve to live fulfilling and healthy lives and reducing health inequalities.

The support of our valued donors helps us to fund this and to support our Vision of enhancing Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust to be the best NHS Trust, in the healthiest city.

Activities

The Charity has two major fundraising appeals underway. One will fund the building of the Rob Burrow Centre for Motor Neurone Disease at Seacroft Hospital; the second is a capital appeal to support the building of the new Leeds Children’s Hospital by 2030. The capital appeal will provide funding to enhance the new building and patient environment which is planned for the new Children’s Hospital. These appeals make now a particularly exciting time to join the Trustee Board of the Charity.

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