Projects funded by our charity in recent years

 

Our work

Thank you for taking the time to read more about the type of projects we fund.

Equipment

Making grants and sponsoring projects related to enhancing patient well being and care is the most direct way the charity can fulfill its charitable objectives and the Trustees have prioritised expenditure in this area. This category of charitable expenditure covers the purchase of medical equipment, the cost of projects which improve patient care and monitoring and improving the hospital facilities and furnishings. Find out more.

Research

The charity supports research studies which aim to improve patients’ quality of life by identifying secondary complications and causes of death after spinal cord injury, so that timely preventative measures and interventions can be put in place.  Find out more.

Patient Welfare

The charity is also able to support improvements to the structure of the Trust hospitals and sites. The charity also invested in different projects established to improve the care provided to the patients of Buckinghamshire Healthcare and improve performance.  Find out more.

Staff welfare and amenities

The charity fully supports the view that a healthy and motivated workforce is a more effective workforce and there is a real benefit to patient care.  Find out more.

Training and education

The charity plays a significant role in the development of the staff within the NHS Trust. Support is provided to a variety of activities including conferences, workshops and individual training. Support has both enhanced broad personal development and has improved skills directly related to patient care.  Find out more.

 

Every £ counts

£5 could buy equipment to give an urgent blood test to stoke patients ahead of clot busting medication.

£10 could help pay for a CD which helps cancer patients relax during treatment.

£17 could buy defibrillator training pads to help teach children how to re-start the heart after a heart attack.

£76 could buy a digital electronic muscle stimulator for children in our spinal unit.

£577 could buy a resuscitator to support a baby's breathing.

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