We are extremely proud to be a supporter and official partner of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Charity, having worked closely, with the charity for the past six years, and having raised over £2million to date. The COVID-19 crisis has put them under huge pressure and as a result we are working closely with the charity on a number of initiatives and fundraisers to help support, including donations of comfortable clothing for the NHS staff. And now we are extending the opportunity to support this fantastic charity to our customers.
Alder Hey Children's Charity needs our help more than ever. It's vital that we look for alternative ways to support the hospital now, and in the future.
“The COVID-19 crisis has meant the hospital has had to triple its intensive care provision to take children from hospitals from around the North West. Immediate support from the charity has been required for equipment, as well as health and wellbeing support.
As many of our fundraising activities have been cancelled or postponed indefinitely, it is critical we find alternative ways to continue to raise funds to help us to not only support the hospital now, but to also ensure that the ongoing needs of our patients are met through this immediate crisis, and beyond.”
Fiona Ashcroft - Chief Executive
Alder hey Children's Hospital.
You don’t have to go far to raise vital funds for Alder Hey, here are a couple of ideas to get you started.
If your holiday has been cancelled, why not get away from it all at home? Set up camp in your garden, or make a den in your living room and have a special mini holiday at home just by donating the cost of a camping pitch.
If you’re a runner, you might have had a race cancelled or postponed. But your training doesn’t need to go to waste. Sign up to Run Solo for Alder Hey and they’ll send you everything you need to log those miles and raise lots of money.