Network for a cause: join the 100 Club

One hundred key supporters at the cutting edge of providing the very best care for our patients.

The networking club consists of 100 businesses, community and faith organisations who wish to combine philanthropy with building business connections and relationships.

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Donor acknowledgement

Each member will be acknowledged and thanked through a leaf on our Giving Tree, which is situated in a prime location in the main concourse of Bradford Royal Infirmary.

We will provide you with your own dedicated logo box, link to your website, and a quote on our website.

We will keep in regular contact with you, ensuring you receive updates and information about how the money is being used and the broader work of our charity.

We will invite you to our 100 Club gatherings (three per year), where you will meet senior members of our team, Bradford Teaching Hospitals executives, clinicians and specialist NHS staff. Here, you will also have the opportunity to network with existing members and those interested in joining.

We will thank you publicly on our social media and in our annual report.

You can make a big difference

By joining our 100 Club, you will be supporting our work with clinicians and support staff to enhance patient care, treatment and the hospital environment. Our funds support services and projects which enable our Trust to upgrade, enhance or purchase equipment faster than NHS funds would usually allow. We fund the ‘little extras’ which make a big difference, and we also fund large-scale projects which have a huge impact on patient care.


Join today

The 100 Club is limited to no more than 100 businesses, community and faith organisations, and other supporters, who wish to make an annual donation of £1,000. To register your interest please complete the registration form below:

Register your interest in The 100 Club



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