Tagged: Charity

Vietnam mission ‘resounding success’ for St George’s Consultants

News & events | 1 Nov 2017 | Tags: anaesthetics Charity consultants maxillofacial surgery mission orthognathic orthondontics vietnam

A team of four consultants from St George’s spent one week in Vietnam last month to lead the first targeted mission to treat children and young adults with a range of orthognathic conditions. The mission was carried out with the charity Facing the World which helps to treat children in …

First Touch Ball raises £5667 for our Neonatal Unit

News & events | 20 Oct 2017 | Tags: Charity First Touch Charity National Baby Loss Week neonatal unit

Long term supporters of the First Touch charity, Suzanne Radford and Angela Hegarty, held their annual First Touch Ball on Saturday October 7, raising nearly £5700 for St George’s Neonatal Unit. The ball was hosted by The Hilton in Croydon, welcomed 160 guests and raised £5667. The funds will be …

Premature babies at St George’s benefit from state of the art incubators

News & events | 17 Jan 2017 | Tags: Charity First Touch incubators neonatal premature

Our neonatal team now has two brand new incubators which have been paid for through charitable funds.

A close shave, but all for a good cause

News & events | 25 Feb 2016 | Tags: board member Charity equipment executive director fundraising JustGiving New Kit Appeal patients St George's Hospital Charity St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Twitter

An executive director at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust shaved his beard for charity earlier this week – raising almost £1000.

Simon sweats beads for charity

News & events | 28 Sep 2015 | Tags: Be Child Cancer Aware Charity st georges university Thames Run

Simon Fitch, Head of International Development at St George’s, University of London has successfully run the 100km/62 miles Thames Path Challenge to raise £8,500 for ‘Be Child Cancer Aware’ (BCCA). “The moment I decided I wanted to show my support for BCCA was when visiting a friend’s son in St …

St George’s doctor receives award from Prime Minister

News & events | 6 Jan 2015 | Tags: award Charity point of light prime minister volunteer

Dr Na’eem Ahmed who established an organisation to help young people to volunteer using their professional skills in 2015 has been named a ‘Point of Light’ by Prime Minister David Cameron. Dr Ahmed set up the Selfless charity, an online volunteering website to promote ‘skillanthropy’, encouraging young people to use …

Neurosciences Research Foundation

About Us | Updated 7 Dec 2014 | Tags: brain surgery Charity nervous system neurosciences neurosciences research foundation neurosurgery Research spinal surgery

The Neurosciences Research Foundation funds vital research into the cause of damage to the brain and nervous system at St George’s Hospital and St George’s University of London with the goal of developing new and more effective treatments. Our work has benefited many people who otherwise would have had little or no …

Official opening of the First Touch garden at St George’s

News & events | 29 Sep 2014 | Tags: BBC Charity First Touch garden neonatal Raising Awareness Sophie Raworth

On Friday 26th September BBC television presenter, Sophie Raworth officially opened the First Touch garden at St George’s.

Charity gig sell out!

News & events | 7 Sep 2009 | Tags: Charity gig

A group of St George’s Hospital staff returned to GJ’s in Colliers Wood last week for a sell-out gig in aid of St George’s Hospital Charity. The Crazeefass duo – Shola Adegoroye, a general manager and Alan Thorne, a director – first took to the stage at GJs in January …

St George’s Hospital Charity launches annual review

News & events | 15 Oct 2007 | Tags: Charity fundraising Hospital Charity

ST GEORGE’S HOSPITAL CHARITY marked a busy and interesting year by publishing its first Annual Review this week. The review expresses the Charity’s thanks to all those people who have given so generously and fundraised so earnestly for St George’s over the year. It also shows some of the projects …