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The RNOH Charity

 

Strengthening and supporting the RNOH to create the best patient experience.

 

The RNOH Charity strengthens the vital work of the RNOH on an ongoing basis by providing extra services and facilities that are beyond the reach of the hospital’s NHS budget. 

 

The RNOH Charity has funded all the high quality equipment for every single ward in the hospital’s stunning new Stanmore Building, and a range of other enhancements, including a brand new children’s activity centre, uplifting artwork, social spaces for teenagers and children, and two rehabilitation gyms.

 

Latest News

David Holmes - Giving back to the hospital that saved his life

David Holmes - Giving back to the hospital that saved his life

22nd November 2023

We are excited to share with you a remarkable initiative led by RNOH Charity Ambassador David Holmes. David has set up a fundraising appeal with the ambitious goal of raising £100,000 for the refurbishment of the Day room at RNOH’s Spinal Cord Injury Centre.

Ambassador David Holmes' new documentary.

Ambassador David Holmes' new documentary.

15th November 2023

This week sees the awaited premiere of RNOH Charity Ambassador David Holmes new documentary: David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived.

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Impossible Possible Challenge

This year our summer fundraising activities have an exciting new twist. Inspired by patients who have life-changing conditions and the RNOH staff who support them, we’re asking you to make the impossible possible by supporting the RNOH Charity in one of the following ways:

Take on an Impossible Possible Challenge.