Donations to Our Charity

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Ward 33 staff thanked our KMH volunteers for purchasing 2 patient recliners using cafe and fundraising profits. The comfortable chairs are lightweight and mobile enabling them to be moved around the ward wherever required.

A 'Rocks and Frocks' event held by Nicola Blakely and friends raised a fantastic £1,422.15 for the Gynaecology Department.  The fundraising took place to recognise the great care and treatment their friend Jane had received.

Personal Trainers Ady and Craig organised a outdoor boot camp asking for donations from members to take part. A fantastic £500 was kindly donated to Ward 25 and presented to Play Leader Jayne. 

Harron Homes donated £4000 to Haematology which was raised at a Golf Fun Day. Contracts Manager Neil thanked Dr Steve Jones & Specialist Nurse Jessica Smart for the excellent care he had received.

The Same Day Emergency Care Department are benefitting from new Art Work displayed in the welcoming entrance area.  The patient pathway charts and area information is a result of a Dragon's Den initiative funded by the KMH volunteers.

Artwork has been installed at the entrance of the Audiology Department at Newark Hospital. This along with art graphics and comfortable seating area for the Endoscopy Unit has been funded by the Sherwood Forest Hospitals Charity.  

Jane Wood presented a cheque for £400 in memory of her mother, Jennifer.  Doctor Amsha on behalf of the Respiratory Department accepted the kind donation.

Garry completed the Maun River Challenge, walking 50.2 miles in just over 20 hours finishing at KMH.  He wanted to walk a step for every person who had died of Covid and give back to the NHS.  He was met on his arrival at King;s Mill Hospital by Matron Rhian Cope.

£7,320 was raised at a Summer Sparkle event organised by Lymphedema nurse Lisa Thompson with colleagues Kelly & Ann. Corporate Head of Nursing Yvonne Simpson was delighted to accept the donation for the SFH Charity which will support environmental enhancements in the Oncology Departments.

Janine and Chris from Funtimez Factory Ltd (Jimmy Beans and Bizzy Beans Playcentres) have kindly donated £1,300 to Dementia Care from a Go Fund Me page set up during lockdown and a raffle at their playcentres. 

Former patient Sian has generously donated copies of a book that she found helpful when admitted to the Early Pregnancy Unit. Ward Leader Louise Morgan and colleagues were thrilled to receive this kind donation.

Donations from the SFHFT Charity have enabled the Opus Musicians to return to the wards.  Patients and Staff welcome their visits which gives a boost to care and wellbeing.

Grateful thanks to Mary who fundraised for NICU in appreciation of the great care received by grandson Colby. The money was raised by a brave the shave, raffles & tombolas. Mary, daughter Jenny & Colby are pictured presenting to NICU Department Lead Lorraine.

The Stroke Ward have greatly benefitted from the kind donations received in appreciation of care and in memory of loved ones.  It has enabled them to purchase a wide selection of activity items for patients to enjoy and help them as they recover.