To raise funds for our Interventional Radiology appeal We are holding a big Super Scanner Cycle in May and would love you to join in too! You can set a distance that suits you and you’ve got the whole of May to complete your challenge. You can register as an individual or a team.

Sign up here!

Imagine being able to perform more numerous and complex pinhole surgeries that will save more lives in our local community. That is the vision for this appeal, which aims to raise £695,000 so we can purchase a new super scanner for a new Interventional Radiology suite being created at Watford General, due to open in Autumn 2022.

Find out how you can help here!

Over 4,350 babies are born at Watford General each year. Of these, around 10% are born prematurely.

Vital charitable support helps ensure that these vulnerable babies get the best start in life. The skills and care of the staff are supplemented by the latest equipment and extra comforts which mean that babies and their parents receive a level of care over and above what the NHS alone can afford.

Read more about the impact that charitable funds have on helping these tiny infants thrive.

It’s hard to imagine what our NHS teams are going through as they continue to care for large numbers of patients affected by COVID-19.

The last two years have been incredibly tough, yet staff continue to do their jobs with kindness and compassion. But recent research shows that over 55% nationally have experienced a mental health toll from the pandemic, with many staff reporting depression, anxiety or even post traumatic stress.

Will you be there for our staff, by making a donation today?

What legacy will you leave? A gift in your will has the power to change so many people’s lives.

A gift left to Raise in your will, whatever the size, will mean that generations to come can receive the best treatment, delivered by the best staff, with the best facilities and the most up-to-date equipment.

Find out more about leaving a gift in your will.

Now more than ever the NHS needs us to stand by them as they face huge emotional and physical demands, every day. That’s why we’re joining NHS Charities Together in adding a blue heart emoji in our social profiles, to raise awareness of the pressures NHS staff still face.

Post your own heart to show you care and tag #WithAllOurHearts 💙

To make a donation to support our NHS staff click here

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