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    Remembering a loved one

    To mark the passing of a loved one in a meaningful way, setting up a special memorial page in tribute to your loved one, where you can share memories, thoughts and stories with family and friends can be a real comfort.

    You can collect fundraising donations, organise events, celebrate anniversaries – and much more.

    How to set up a tribute

    To create a tribute page in memory of a loved one please click here.

    Please note tribute pages are hosted on MuchLoved.com, a charity that helps people create their own personalised and free online memorial in memory of a loved one.

    How your Fund helps

    Should you choose to support us, Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) is the only registered charity (no 1170103) dedicated to supporting innovation in patient care across Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which manages Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.

    Your Fund will help us provide extra services, equipment and research that the NHS simply can't provide, from life-saving technologies to the special touches that really do help patients feel better and give their loved ones much-needed peace of mind.

    For more information about setting up a Tribute Fund please contact us on 01223 217757 or email hello@act4addenbrookes.org.uk

    Get involved

    Volunteering

    If you have time to give there’s a rewarding volunteer role for you, helping us deliver compassionate care across Addenbrooke’s.

    Legacy Giving

    Leaving a gift in your will is easier than you think and will help transform care at Addenbrooke’s for generations to come.

    Philanthropy

    Work with our dedicated team to find the perfect fit for major donations in ground-breaking research, equipment and patient care.

    Corporate Partnerships

    Whatever your business needs and budget, we can create bespoke sponsorship and partnership opportunities that really make a difference.

    CUH staff

    CUH Staff

    We’re always looking for staff to help champion our work across the hospital, in wards, with colleagues, patients and families and to volunteer at ACT events.

    Donate

    We can do so much more for patients at Addenbrooke's when you donate. 

    Friends

    By becoming a Friend of Addenbrooke’s, you can make sure your local hospital continues to change and save lives.

    Latest news

    Press Release

    Addenbrooke’s Emergency Children’s Ambulance appeal needs just £10k to put specialist ambulances on the road and save more critically ill children

    ACT is asking the public to help raise the final £10,000 of its £216,000 appeal for an emergency children’s ambulance service which will save young lives in the East of England.

    Press Release

    ACT launches Team Addenbrooke’s and its Virtual Challenge 2020 to support the hospital  

    Never have we appreciated our hospitals and NHS staff as much as we do today. They have helped us through the worst of the pandemic, but as the situation eases, the NHS will be under more pressure than ever to catch up on the scheduled procedures it usually provides.  

    Jamie Oliver Press Release

    Jamie Oliver gives ‘big love’ to Addenbrooke’s in heartfelt video message

    Jamie Oliver gives ‘big love’ and appreciation to Addenbrooke’s hospital in heartfelt video message

    Press Release

    Addenbrooke’s NHS Charity encourages further donations and celebrates hospital’s unsung heroes

    Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is encouraging people to keep fundraising for Addenbrooke’s hospital, with donations continuing to help the hospital through the crisis and beyond.

    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.

    News

    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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