Current fund total

£0120,838

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The RNOH Charity

The RNOH Charity strengthens the vital work of the RNOH on an ongoing basis by providing extra services and facilities that are beyond the reach of the hospital’s NHS budget. 

The RNOH Charity has funded all the high quality equipment for every single ward in the hospital’s stunning new Stanmore Building, and a range of other enhancements, including a brand new children’s activity centre, uplifting artwork, social spaces for teenagers and children, and two rehabilitation gyms.

World-leading specialists need world-leading support.


Latest information 

The RNOH Charity team is currently working remotely. If you have any queries, please do contact us via email at rnoh.fundraising@nhs.net. Alternatively, you can leave us a phone message by calling 020 8909 5362.

 

COVID STAMP

COVID-19 support fund - the purpose of the fund is to help our clinical staff in any way possible, from providing meals, to purchasing essential equipment items, to supporting mental health in a time of crisis. To find out more, click here.

The Charity is now focusing on raising funds for the next stage of the hospital’s redevelopment plan. To find out more, click here.

 

 

Latest News

Diagnostic boost for Stanmore

Diagnostic boost for Stanmore

13th October 2020

Daniel Freire-Gonzalez from west London,  this week (13 October 2020) became the first patient to benefit from a state-of-the-art SPECT-CT scanner here at the RNOH.

RNOH Charity seeks new Chair of Trustees

RNOH Charity seeks new Chair of Trustees

17th February 2020

We are looking for an exceptional new Chair of Trustees to join the RNOH Charity Board. This is a unique and brilliant opportunity to help lead and develop the strategic direction of the Charity.  

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COVID-19 - Latest information

This is a uniquely challenging time for the RNOH, as it is for the NHS as a whole. The coronavirus outbreak is putting unprecedented pressure on the hospital's clinical staff. For this reason, the RNOH Charity has created a COVID-19 support fund for the RNOH's staff.

To support the RNOH at this difficult time, click here