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Thank You to our Supporters

Thank you to our Supporters

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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

If you would like details of your Trust fundraising event to be added here, please let us know.


Latest News: Staff 'humbled' by donation left in will

Staff 'humbled' by donation left in will
9 May 2022
Two new specialist cubicles have been opened to treat children with cancer thanks to a hugely generous donation left in the will of a former patient who “wanted to make a difference.” The donation came from Michael Worrall who chose to donate the money through a gift in his will to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity. It was used to create two new cubicles on the children’s ward at New Cross Hospital - named The Worrall Suite.

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Latest News: Doctors on the run to raise money for children

Doctors on the run raise £2,500 for charity
6 May 2022
A group of medics went on the run to raise almost £2,500 for equipment to help vulnerable children attending their department at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital. Eight members of staff from A21 Paediatric Assessment Unit at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust joined more than 13,000 people in the Great Birmingham Run 2022, with seven running the 10k race and one completing the half marathon (13.1 miles).

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Latest News: Charity receives £1,500 donation from Bilston Rotary Club

Charity receives £1,500 donation from Bilston Rotary Club
28 April 2022
Swimmers made a splash to raise £1,500 for The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT) Charity to coincide with Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. Six people of all ages swam 20 lengths of the pool at Bert Williams Leisure Centre in Wednesfield to raise the money for Bilston Rotary Club, which donated the money to the Trust’s Charity. All six have some connection to Bilston, whether they live in the town or are part of the Bilston Rotary Club.

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Latest News: RWT Singers tune up for competition

RWT Singers tune up for competition
20 April 2022
A group of NHS singers is hitting all the right notes after reaching the semi-finals of a singing competition next month – and is hoping to recruit new members. The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Staff Choir, The RWT Singers, has qualified for the semi-finals of the Midlands Choir of the Year competition. The RWT Singers is one of 16 choirs appearing on Sunday, May 22 at The Hub, St Mary’s Church in Lichfield, bidding to reach the finals.

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Latest News: Nine from New Cross run and raise over £4,000 - After the Race

Nine fundraisers from Trust run and raise over £4,000
4 April 2022
Nine fundraisers from The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust have completed the London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) 2022, clocking up more than £4,000 for its charity. The LLHM is the first half marathon (13.1 miles) to take runners through the heart of the capital on a closed road route that showcases the city’s iconic landmarks. The event started at The Strand, before crossing and re-crossing Waterloo Bridge, passing Covent Garden, the Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Bank of England, the Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament before finishing in Downing Street.

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Latest News: Doctors on the run to raise money for children

Doctors on the run to raise money for children
29 March 2022
A group of medics are going on the run to raise up to £15,000 for equipment to help vulnerable children attending their department at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital. Ten members of staff from A21 Paediatric Assessment Unit at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust have signed up to the Great Birmingham Run on Sunday, May 1, setting up a GoFundMe page. Nine are running the 10k race and one is attempting the half marathon (13.1 miles).

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Latest News: Refurbishment of cancer support centre

Refurbishment of cancer support centre
18 March 2022
A cancer support centre at New Cross Hospital has been given a near £10,000 upgrade that will create a more comfortable area for patients – thanks to charitable funds. The Macmillan Information Centre provides practical and emotional support for patients and their families as they navigate their cancer journey. Until recently, the centre had an open plan layout located on the main hospital corridor.

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Latest News: Pam’s pedal power for Neonatal Unit - Holding up picture of Louis

Pam’s pedal power for Neonatal Unit
10 March 2022
A devoted mum who tragically lost her baby is getting on her bike with 50 others, saddling up to cycle 7,200 miles between them to raise £1,000. Pam Harvey is cycling the length of the Route 66 highway, which runs from Chicago to Los Angeles in the United States – a distance of 2,400 miles – to raise money for the Neonatal Unit (NNU) at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital.

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Latest News: Local superstore support youngest patients

Local superstore support youngest patients
2 March 2022
A Peaky Blinders-inspired dress up morning, tombola and bring and buy sale organised by staff at Tesco have all added up to £1,000 for the Neonatal Unit at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital. Sara Dawson, Community Champion of the Tesco store on the Marston Road, Wolverhampton along with colleague Carolyn Aldridge, hosted a range of fundraising activities on behalf of the store.

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Latest News: Tablet donation to benefit patients

Tablet donation to benefit patients
14 February 2022
A generous Walsall couple with the help of family and friends have made a donation to help patients who are receiving dialysis treatment. Tim and Karen Dhesi have donated 22 Samsung tablets to the Renal unit at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust in memory of a special family member.

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Latest News: New Cross Harriers training for London Landmarks Half Marathon

Trust staff on their marks for half marathon
10 February 2022
Ten members of staff at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust are putting their best feet forward after securing places to run the London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) 2022, raising at least £3,350 for its charity. The LLHM is the first half marathon (13.1 miles) to take runners through the heart of the capital on a closed road route that showcases the city’s iconic landmarks.

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Latest News: Mckala Harrold

Celebrity support nets £6,000 for Neonatal Unit
11 January 2022
A kind-hearted fundraiser who has persuaded stars including I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! winner Danny Miller to promote her cause has donated £6,000 to support sick babies and their families at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital. Mckala Harrold, 46, from Bilston – a premature twin herself, born at 28 weeks at New Cross – used the power of social media through her 3,000-strong Facebook group called Celebrity Random Raffle to raise the money.

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