New 'Impossible Possible' campaign

New 'Impossible Possible' campaign

Posted by Ali Birtwell on 27 February 2023

We're excited to launch our new campaign 'Impossible Possible' which aims to raise awareness of the incredible work of RNOH and the Charity.

We need to raise more than £1million every year to help strengthen and support the work of RNOH as a world-class centre for orthopaedic medicine. 

RNOH treats patients of all ages with difficult orthopaedic conditions, including spinal cord injuries, bone cancer, scoliosis, and acute hip and knee problems. 

As well as funding improvements to the patient and staff experience, plus clinical research, the money raised will also fund specific items and projects such as: state-of-the-art imaging equipment; transforming the Spinal Injury Centre's day room; further pioneering orthopaedic research and ground-breaking developments. 

Rosie Stolarski, RNOH Charity Chief Executive Officer, says: 

"Over the last 100 years RNOH has been performing the impossible and achieving things that no other hospital can, and that's what makes this hospital extraordinary. But being extraordinary needs major investment, so we're launching this campaign to help the hospital continue its pivotal role in rebuilding people's lives and helping make the impossible possible for so many more who need it." 

Caitlin is one such person. Now 20 years old, she first came to RNOH when she was just 7, having found out that the pain in her leg was bone cancer.  She had life-saving and life-changing treatment that enabled her to learn to walk again. She says: 

"They literally rebuild people's lives. I wouldn't be here, living the life I am, without them."

Read Caitlin's story, find out more and donate to 'Impossible Possible' here.