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Welcome to the latest issue of Charity Matters. We are thrilled to announce that the fundraising team will be moving into Southampton General Hospital in June-July 2016, and will be located behind security on C level near the Pharmacy. For those of you who have been to see us previously will know that our current offices are a bit out of the way, so we are delighted to be moving into the thick of things and being easy for you all to find us!

This has only been made possible through the support we received in early 2015 before the main hospital entrance redevelopment started. We were simply blown away with the support we received in our fundraising hub from our staff, patients and visitors, all making their voices heard that we needed a charity office based within the hospital. The new office will provide a space for us to talk to donors, showcase our charity events, and highlight our merchandise for sale.

In the newsletter you will find:

  • Updates about charity and community events
  • What we’ve bought with your donations
  • How to join our lottery. This year our rollover must be won, and this is guaranteed to be between £6,000-£10,000!
  • And much more...

 

Please help a heart this February... 

Through our newsletter, we have launched our latest appeal for the Princess Anne Hospital. We need YOUR help to raise £30,000 to purchase a cardiac ultrasound machine to scan the hearts of pregnant women who have cardiac problems from early pregnancy, during pregnancy and even after the baby is born.

You can read more about the appeal here 

 

Charity Matters newsletter

Twice a year we provide our donors with a newsletter called Charity Matters. This is available through an opt-in system, so if you would like to be included on the mailing, please email charity@uhs.nhs.uk or call 023 8120 8881.

If you would like any hard copies of the newsletter, please do get in touch and we can pop some in the post to you.

Thank you for your continued support.


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