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Over £1 million raised for our Coronavirus appeal! 

Your donation will help Addenbrooke's during the current crisis

It will aid the wellbeing of staff and patients, provide vital equipment needed to support the Intensive Care Unit, enable research into diagnostics and treatments, and much more.

OUR CAMPAIGNS & APPEALS Help us to make Addenbrooke's EVEN BETTER

With your help we want to ensure that every patient experiences the best possible outcome and the highest quality of care available. Our campaigns support ongoing improvements to various areas in the hospital. Our appeals raise funds for specific items or services.

FUNDRAISE

Fundraise with us

People like you can help ensure that the care provided continues to be of the highest level and that patients and their families will benefit for years to come.

There are many ways that you can lend your support, from making a donation, leaving a gift in your will, attending an event, giving in memory of a loved one, volunteering your support, shopping in our online shop or by organising your own fundraising activity. The possibilities are endless!

Upcoming fundraising events

Tea at Three – Virtual Tea Break

With many of us working from home it’s important to keep in touch with friends and colleagues. So we’re asking people to make time each day at 3pm to set aside time to maintain those all important connections.

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Young Person’s ‘NHS heroes’ Art Competition

Local business, Cambridge Commodities, has launched an art competition to raise money to support NHS staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

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News

Press Release

Cambridge doctor’s ground-breaking app gives ventilated COVID-19 patients a voice

The app – which was initially developed with the help of a £40,000 development grant from Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust – features easy-to-use touch screen technology, giving weak and intubated patients a voice.

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How your donations are funding vital coronavirus research at Addenbrooke’s

A study by researchers at Addenbrooke’s and the University of Cambridge published today in the journal eLife, helped by £25,000 in funding from donations to Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, has shown that a small proportion of hospital staff can carry COVID-19 without realising they’re infected.

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Addenbrooke’s lights up in blue to say thank you

Addenbrooke's lights up in blue to say thank you to all our supporters who’ve helped us raised over £1million to support our fantastic NHS staff

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Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust highlights the tireless work of nursing staff at Addenbrooke’s hospital on International Nurses Day, 12 May

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust highlights the tireless work of nursing staff at Addenbrooke’s hospital on International Nurses Day, 12 May

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Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust raises over £1 million to help our NHS Heroes

Charity is encouraging people to come up with their own amazing ideas to raise even more.

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Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust asks you to support the International Day of the Midwife 2020

On Tuesday 5 May, Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) would like you to join it in supporting and recognising the midwives that work at the Rosie Hospital as we celebrate the International Day of the Midwife 2020.

PATIENT STORIES

Maggie

Maggie is one of ACT's top fundraisers, raising £54,000 since her liver transplant in 2011. Maggie has organised a charity ball every year since her operation; the first one just a few months after she came out of hospital. This is her story...

Maggie is one of ACT's top fundraisers, raising £54,000 since her liver transplant in 2011 

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VOLUNTEERING

Help us support patients at Addenbrooke's and the Rosie hospitals

LATEST NEWS

Sir Andy Murray supports Addenbrooke’s staff heroes with video message

WHAT YOUR DONATIONS DO

It's thanks to your donations that we can save lives and support pioneering research

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