We want to transform an unused courtyard in the heart of the women and children’s services at Watford General, into a sanctuary filled with spring bulbs and flowers. Learn about The Wellbeing Garden Appeal.

Caring for families when a patient dies. Find out how you can help.

Help us respond to new challenges in our hospitals – by donating to our West Herts Hospitals Appeal, you can help us respond quickly, as soon as the need arises. Find out how you can help.

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Show your love by supporting our TLC Appeal – Up to 1,000 frail, older patients are rushed into our trauma wards every year following a fall or fracture. Many will have serious head injuries and the majority will need significant orthopaedic intervention. We’ve created the TLC Appeal to bring comfort to these patients who may well be disorientated, anxious and lonely. Find out how you can help.

The death of a baby is heart-breaking, for the parents, their wider family and for the staff who support them. Please help bereaved families by donating to our maternity bereavement room appeal. Find out how you can help here.

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Save the lives of thousands of patients – by supporting our Imagine This Appeal for a new Super Scanner – Imagine being able to perform more numerous and complex pinhole surgeries that will save more lives in our community. This 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 Spring 2023. Find out how you can help.

Help our tiniest patients by supporting our neonatal appeal – Vital charitable support helps ensure that 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. Find out how you can help

Stand by our patients and our hardworking staff – by supporting our COVID appeal. Recent 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. Find out how you can help

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