League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton)
Charities Act Reg. No. 211 213/AC
The League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton) was established in 1948. Since the League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton) was formed its members have raised more than £3 million in donations for the benefit of hospital patients across the area.
The League supports Millbrook Mental Health Unit, Mansfield Community Hospital and King's Mill Hospital, channelling funds to them from its charity shops in Forest Town and Sutton. As well as its charity shops the League also raises funds through its many fundraising activities.
On 29th April 2016 the League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton) boutique celebrated their 10th Anniversary. During the last ten years the volunteers have raised an amazing £310,000 which has been used to enhance the care provided at King's Mill Hospital, Mansfield Community Hospital and the Millbrook Unit. Pictured are some of the volunteers who assist and promote the work of the League of Friends Boutique.
An OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) machine has been purchased for the Ophthalmology team at a cost of £77,000 by the League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton). This equipment will be used for retinal screening and also for Macula/AMD clinics. The presentation took place in March 2015.
A Pain Frequency Generator was purchased at a cost of £19,230 by the League of Hospital Friends (Mansfield & Sutton). In the past patients have had to travel to Queens Medical Centre for their treatment. The presentation took place in March 2015.
Fundraising during £2014 – 2015 has enabled us to fund:
• Donation of an OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) machine used for retinal screening
and macular/AMD clinics at King's Mill Hospital £77,000
• Pain Frequency Generator at King's Mill Hospital £19,230
• Multifunctioning bed for the Intensive Critical Care Unit £22,295
Officers of the Charity are:
Barbara Joule - Chairman Ralph Stone - Treasurer
You may want to sponsor an activity or provide finance for a particular department which has helped you or a family member or friend. If you would like to help and support our work, further information can be provided by contacting:
Community Involvement Department
Direct dial: 01623 - 676011