Learn how to donate to our hospital charities
There are many ways in which to support the Hospital Charities, take part in fundraising events, organise your own activities, have your business support the charity, give while your shopping and many more.
Learn more about ongoing appeals and charity campaigns, these may be for specific pieces of equipment, the refurbishment of a facility or the development of new facilities.
While we accept donations to all of our 300+ funds at any time, we will occasionally run appeals for specific facilities or pieces of equipment.
Often the service/ward will have identified something that would be beneficial to its patients, but it is something that cannot be funded through normal NHS sources and the service’s own charitable fund does not have the funds to cover the full cost.
We will also regularly run events and campaigns for you to get involved in while fundraising for the fund of your choice.
See below for details of our current campaigns and appeals;
Learn about the work of the Trust charity.
Learn about some of our Funds, we have over 300! every ward and service has at least one.
Click here to donate online.
learn more about our appeal to help equip the new Eye Hospital with state of the art technology.
Brian Henderson, 66, father of Sunderland-born England footballer Jordan Henderson has launched an appeal to help repay the NHS team which saved him after his cancer diagnosis in 2014, Brian's cancer was found in his tongue, throat and lymph glands.
Now, Brian, and his wife Donna, from Washington, are leading a campaign to raise £85,000 to buy a high-end endoscopy called a ‘Spectar EndoFlex System’.
The new equipment will be used by the specialist clinical team including doctors, nurses and speech and language therapists based within the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department at Sunderland Royal Hospital.
Brian and Donna will be undertaking a lot of fundraising activities over the coming months to help them reach their target.
To support Brian and Donna please click on the button below to visit the JustGiving page they have set up to collect donations.