PREVIOUS AWARDS

MEDICALLY RELATED DONATIONS

 

Details of awards made since 2013 under the Medically Related Donations Programme may be found in our news section.  Awards made in previous years include:

Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (2013)
Provision of two intensive care cots within the new neurocritical care facility at the Rosie Hospital 
£179,000.  (See our case study)

CLIC Sargent Cancer Support for the Young (2012)
Towards the creation of 'Paul's House' - a home from home for children/young people and their families attending cancer treatment in Belfast
£50,000.  (See our case study)

The Sir Jules Thorn EEG Telemetry Unit at The National Hospital For Neurology And Neurosurgery
(See our case study).

The Northern Ireland Hospice (2014)
Towards the building of a new hospice in Belfast 
£127,000 (see the news article)

The Treloar Trust (2012; grant made under the Ann Rylands Special Project programme that has been discontinued)
Towards the building of a wheelchair training track and outdoor sports facilities
£150,000 (see the case study)

Helen and Douglas House (2014)
Towards the refurbishment of Helen House Hospice 
£25,000

Wessex Children's Hospice Trust (2014)
Towards the redevelopment of Naomi House 
£50,000

Smile Support and Care (2013)
Towards a new short break respite care centre for young people with severe disabilities 
£50,000

Kirkwood Hospice (2012)
Towards the renovation and extension of the in-patient unit and improvement of facilities for visitors 
£100,000

North East Autism Society (2012)
Towards the construction of a new centre to meet increasing demand for specialist education, care and residential accommodation for people with Autism
£100,000

Sunfield Children's Homes (2012)
Towards the modernisation of residential accommodation for children with complex learning needs
£80,000

St David's Foundation Hospice Care (2011)
Towards a new day hospital in Newport
£150,000

Children's Trust, Tadworth (2011)
Towards a new purpose-built special school for children with acquired brain injury
£150,000

SCOPE (2011)
To assist with the equipment and set up costs for a new residential facility for young people with complex needs
£50,000

The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (2011)
Towards a new purpose-built special school for young people suffering from severe epilepsy
£150,000

Prior's Court Foundation (2009)
Donations towards development of a new facility for young people (16+) with severe autism at this special school
£100,000

Chiltern MS (2009)
Towards new premises supporting people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis
£50,000

CLIC Sargent (2008)
Contribution to "Billy's Appeal" to fund a new "Home from Home" for children and their families, attending the Queen's Medical Centre, in Nottingham
£250,000

National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (2005)
Towards the new Clinical Neurosciences Centre
£500,000