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    Have a virtual tea break at 3pm and support our NHS Heroes

    Do something amazing

    Amazing things happen every day at Addenbrooke’s thanks to people like you. From cake bakes to skydives, there are so many ways you can join in. Challenge yourself at one of our organised events, put the fun into fundraising with your school or group and discover the many ways you can get involved.

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    Organise an event or take part in one of ours, the options are limitless and we’re here to help every step of the way.

    Friends of Addenbrooke's

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

    Volunteer

    If you have the time to give, we'd love to hear from you. The support of our volunteers is invaluable to the amazing staff at Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie.

    Leave a gift in your will

    By remembering ACT in your will, you’ll be leaving a lasting legacy, helping our doctors and nurses save lives and change lives tomorrow and for generations to come.

    Remember a loved one

    Set up a special memorial page in tribute to your loved one, where you can share memories, thoughts and stories with family and friends.

    Generous funding has enabled the hospital to buy a £316,000 special MRI incubator allowing premature babies and babies at high-risk of brain injury to be scanned sooner.

    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, identify opportunities to improve patient care, and to volunteer for ACT, both here and abroad.

    More ways to help

    Make a donation, join AmazonSmile, dedicate a leaf on the Giving Tree, play our weekly lottery, you’ll find something for everyone.

    EVENTS

    FANCY A CHALLENGE?

    By taking part in one of our fundraising events, you’ll be helping to transform patient care at Addenbrooke’s. And with a wide range of exciting events to choose from, you’re sure to find something to inspire and challenge you, while generating much-appreciated funds.

    Upcoming fundraising events

    COMPLETED

    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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    Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

    Already got a Marathon place? We'd love you to run for Addenbrooke's!

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    Ultra Challenges Series 2020

    Whether it’s along magnificent coastal scenery, or in stunning open countryside, take on an Ultra Challenge and help make Addenbrooke's even better.

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    Latest news

    Help support Addenbrooke’s and our NHS heroes by setting up a virtual tea break and donating the cost of your cuppa

    Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust is launching a daily virtual tea and coffee break to help bring people together and raise money for Addenbrooke’s and our brave NHS heroes at the same time.

    ACT launches ‘Help your hospital’ appeal

    Please help raise funds to support Addenbrooke’s hospital and its staff during the coronavirus crisis

    Announcement regarding COVID-19

    Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust is continuing to work with the hospital to help protect patients and staff at this time and has implemented temporary measures to help reduce the risk of infection.

    Cambridge Clinical Research Fellowships – applications now open

    The Cambridge Clinic Research Fellowships scheme provides an entry point into a career in clinical academia. It provides salary support and a consumable allowance for up to one year, during which time it is anticipated that successful candidates will apply for nationally competitive fellowships, with a view to completing a PhD. 

    Global health worker shortage prompts partnership action

    A Cambridge partnership is taking action in the face of a predicted shortfall of 18 million health workers globally in the next decade.

    Cambridge woman leaves money for £400,000 ward refurbishment at Addenbrooke’s in her will

    Patients using a renal ward at Addenbrooke’s are to benefit from a more colourful and relaxed approach to hospital life thanks to a legacy from a Cambridge woman.

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