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    YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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    Patients & Families

    Where your money goes

    From funding cutting edge equipment to putting smiles on the faces of poorly children, your generous support makes a big difference to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie. It’s thanks to people like you that we can invest an additional £500,000 every month, saving lives, transforming our hospital and supporting pioneering research.

    Creating healing spaces

    Your support is helping us create calm and spacious surroundings to help reduce stress felt by many vulnerable patients and aid the recovery process.

    Investing in research & innovation

    Donations help us in our drive for excellence, funding research, getting new projects off the ground and investing in people across the healthcare spectrum.

    Improving diagnosis

    A fast, accurate diagnosis saves time, makes sure the right treatment is given and save lives. Your donations are helping fund the development of innovative, new tools to improve diagnostic capabilities.

    Treatment & recovery

    Addenbrooke’s is at the forefront of clinical care. Your support is helping us to constantly invest in the latest equipment, ideas and cutting-edge treatments, so staff can continue to lead the world with truly excellent patient care.

    Education & learning

    We support the ongoing training of staff at Addenbrooke’s, helping develop new skills and knowledge, ensure staff well-being and provide ever improving care. We also provide educational resources for patients and the public.

    Our work abroad

    Cambridge Global Health Partnerships works closely with Cambridge’s world-leading healthcare community to forge partnerships and lead projects in many countries

     

    THE DIFFERENCE YOU MAKE

    How we manage
    your money

    Every year, thousands of people, schools, clubs and businesses trust us with their generous donations. It’s our job to ensure the money is spent diligently to help keep Addenbrooke’s at the forefront of patient care. To achieve total transparency in this, there are many ways you can see how we spend your money.

    Where your money goes

    Latest news

    Funding news

    All I want for Christmas is… Whether you have an innovative idea, thoughts around service improvement, grand designs to improve your ward or clinic environment or are seeking investment for a research project, Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) could help!

    Celebrity Hunted fugitive hides out at Addenbrooke’s

    Celebrity chef, Jean-Christophe Novelli, who is currently appearing as a fugitive on the run on Channel 4’s Celebrity Hunted for Stand Up To Cancer, stopped off at Addenbrooke’s during one of the episodes, shining a light on the hospital where his son was treated for neuroblastoma two years ago.

    First of two new emergency children’s ambulance services for the East of England funded thanks to donations

    First of two new emergency children’s ambulance services for the East of England funded thanks to donations

    Chariots of Fire race achieves children’s ambulance halfway funding mark

    Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust are over halfway to raising enough to fund an Emergency Children's Ambulance thanks to the recent Chariots of Fire event.

    Addenbrooke’s liver transplant appeal success gives precious hope to many

    Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) has reached its £250,000 liver transplant appeal target thanks to the generous support of incredible donors.

    Newborns at Addenbrooke’s receive safer MRI scans thanks to generous donors

    The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust and a generous legacy from Ann Mynott have 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.

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