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Thank You to our Supporters

Thank you to our Supporters


A big thank you to all of our supporters for helping us enhance patient care and make a REAL difference to the experiences of our patients and their families

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Our Charity: Hayley’s Hearts Create Keepsakes and Funds for Trust Charity

Hayley’s Hearts Create Keepsakes and Funds for Trust Charity
May 2020
A kind-hearted lady keen on crafts has used her skills to make keepsakes for staff and raise money for The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity. Hayley Ashcroft, 33, from Ashmore Park, Wednesfield, has made over 60 origami hearts over the course of four or five days and invited sponsors for them on Facebook, offering them for a minimum donation of £1.50 each. She has now raised a total of £162.50.

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Our Charity: Roger Dennis

Thank You Raises £250
October 2019
We are grateful to Roger and Frances Dennis for fundraising £250 in aid of our ophthalmology department. Mrs Dennis was treated by the department for age related macular degeneration between February 2004 and February 2019. The couple took Roger’s miniature trailer, which he designed and built himself as a retired engineer, to various events to raise money by providing rides for a small fee.

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Our Charity: Michael Ticks Off RWT Charity Fundraising Bucket List

Michael Ticks RWT Charity Off Fundraising Bucket List!
August 2019
A former patient of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust has returned to donate funds raised at a 'Through the Decades' disco. Michael Rogers, age 32, was treated at New Cross Hospital as a child for just less than fourteen days with Meningococcal Meningitis. He wanted to give back to the children’s ward following on from the brilliant care he received.

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Our Charity: Black Country Fusion FC

Black Country Fusion FC Charity Football Match
August 2019
Premature babies and their families at New Cross Hospital are being given a boost of support thanks to funds raised by a Black Country Sunday league football team in their latest charity football match. Founded in 2016, Black Country Fusion FC is the first LGBT inclusive team in the West Midlands to enter a Sunday league and each season donate funds to local causes.

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