Thank you video message released for the people of Bradford

Kelly Thornham News

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has released a heartfelt video message of thanks to the public for their support during the Covid-19 crisis. It can be viewed at https://youtu.be/LoplAIzwQI8 Chief Executive Mel Pickup and Chairman Max Mclean are joined by members of staff from across the Trust in saying thank you in different languages. In the video, Mel says: …

Thousands of thank yous!

Kelly Thornham News

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust would like to thank the people of Bradford and beyond for their incredible support during the Covid-19 crisis. The Trust’s charitable arm – Bradford Hospitals’ Charity – has been co-ordinating fundraising efforts and donations via its NHS Hospital Heroes appeal since it was launched at the end of March. More than £10,000 has now …

We need your help now, more than ever before

Kelly Thornham News

Bradford Hospitals’ Charity has launched an urgent appeal for the public to support the city’s hard-working NHS hospital staff through the Covid-19 crisis. The NHS Hospital Heroes Appeal has launched today to raise money for staff across Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (BTHFT) and to encourage the public to show their support. Members of the public are asked to …

Doctor running to raise money for high-tech breathing monitor

Kelly Thornham News

A Bradford doctor is planning to run 10K to help fund a device which will better monitor patients with breathing problems. Leanne Cheyne, a respiratory consultant at Bradford Royal Infirmary, is taking part in the Bradford 10K on 15 March 2020. She said: “As a doctor of chest medicine, I am always telling my patients to exercise to keep their …

Morrisons makes a donation to neonatal babies in Bradford

Kelly Thornham News

Morrisons supermarket has donated £1,544 to support newborn babies and their families in Bradford’s Neonatal Unit. The Bradford-based company gave the cash to Bradford Hospitals’ Charity’s Neonatal Fund after a bucket collection at its head office raised £772. The money raised by staff was matched by the Morrisons Foundation – the supermarket’s charitable arm – boosting the total to £1,544. …

Young Sergio says thank you with a donation

Kelly Thornham News

Children at Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) will benefit from new toys and games thanks to the generosity of one of its young patients. Five-year-old Sergio Worsley, from Bradford, wanted to say thank you for the brilliant care he has received in the Children and Young People’s Unit at BRI. He presented hospital play specialist, Catherine Piggott, with £700 in cash …

The Broadway, Bradford, Raises more than £10,000 for Bradford Hospitals’ Charity

Kelly Thornham News

The Broadway, Bradford has announced its 2019 fundraising total which will be donated to its charity partner, Bradford Hospitals’ Charity. Through a combination of staff fundraising activities and community contributions via events in the Centre, a total of £10,045 was raised. Money was raised for the Bradford-based NHS charity through a number of initiatives including the hugely successful Giving Tree …

Get set to sparkle for Axl!

Kelly Thornham News

Bradford Hospitals’ Charity is calling on people across our city to don something sparkly and donate money to fund toys and play equipment for young hospital patients. The Sparkle for Axl day will be held on Friday 13 December, in memory of Axl Walker, who was a much-loved patient at Bradford Royal Infirmary and who died last year, three days …

Bradford duo to row the Atlantic Ocean for neonatal babies

Kelly Thornham News

Bradford Hospitals’ Charity is urging people to get behind ‘Team Hell Oar High Water’, as they take on the world’s toughest row next month to raise money for neonatal babies and their families. Chris Nicholl and James Tordoff, both from Bradford, will start their challenge from the Canary Islands on 12 December, rowing more than 3,000 nautical miles to the …

Charity appeal to fund comfy chemo chairs

Kelly Thornham News

Patients can now receive chemotherapy treatment in more comfort, thanks to Bradford Hospitals’ Charity. Two specialist chemotherapy armchairs – worth £3,700 each – have been funded by the charity to ensure patients can receive the gruelling treatment at Bradford Royal Infirmary in the most comfortable environment possible. But Carolyn Butterfield, who manages the Chemotherapy Day Case Unit, is keen to …