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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

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    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.

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    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.

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    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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