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    How we manage your money

    Every year, hundreds of individuals, schools, clubs and businesses generously donate money to help Addenbrooke's and the Rosie remain at the forefront of patient care. It is our job to make sure that money is spent carefully, and for the purposes for which it is given.

    • Total income £8.7m
    • Total expenditure increased by 4%
    • Fundraising expenditure £1.4m
    • Charitable activities £8.6m

    2017 / 18

    Charitable Spend: £8.6m

    Of every pound that we spent in the year:

    • 82p was spent on charitable purposes
    • 16p on fundraising and the running of the charity and
    • 2p on investment management.

    Charitable Expenditure Policy

    Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust gave ACT £159,000 towards an MRi incubator


    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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