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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

    News

    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.

    London Marathon runners take on challenge for Addenbrooke’s

    On Sunday 28 April 2019, 7 runners from Cambridgeshire tackled the gruelling 26.2 miles of the Virgin Money London Marathon and raised over £22,000 in support of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT).

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