The Friends of Queen Mary’s
The Friends of Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, organise events which enable them to finance additional hospital amenities and equipment. As well as this they fund patient outings, provide entertainment and activities, Christmas presents, decorations and much more.
Volunteers from the friends ‘Meet and Greet’ patients and visitors in the two reception areas, run a trolley service in the wards and assist with the general well-being of the patients.
The friends organise car boot sales, with proceeds going to Queen Mary’s Hospital on the second Sunday of every month. Details of events organised by the friends and information on how to join the friends is available on their website www.qmhfriendscarboot.co.uk
The friends also hold a number of other events throughout the year. Email the friends on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Friends of Queen Mary’s are always looking for volunteers to help provide services for the patients at the Hospital. If you have the time please get in contact.
Join the Friends of Queen Mary’s Hospital
You can join for a 12 month period for a minimum subscription of £5.00. You will receive an annual newsletter and the Annual Report to keep you in touch. Also why not join the 200 Club? For just £5.00 more per annum you can enter a monthly draw and win 1 of 3 prizes – £20, £10 and £5.
If you choose to join us you will be able to help by:
• providing services for the patients at the Hospital;
• assisting at or initiating fund raising events;
• making a regular donation or one-off donation.
The Friends work in partnership with the Wandsworth Primary Care Trust and South West London and St. George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.
Make a donation
You can make a donation by initiation a fund raising event, or by making a one-off or regular donation to The Friends of Queen Mary’s.
If you have any questions or suggestions, or would like to find out more about joining The Friends, or volunteering, please contact the friends:
The Hon. Secretary
The Friends of Queen Mary’s Hospital