As well as general fundraising activities taking place across all our hospital sites, we regularly have specific appeals that we look for your help and support with.
We have been raising funds through this appeal to help support our amazing NHS staff across all our hospital sites.
Throughout the most challenging of times, our staff have been working tirelessly to transform the way the deliver care.
You can show your support and gratitude to staff by donating to our coronavirus appeal.
Every penny generously donated will go towards welfare packs for staff.
We are so grateful to all the local people and businesses who have donated, given gifts in kind or shared messages of support across our social media.
You can donate to the coronavirus appeal through our dedicated JustGiving page.
Have you got what it takes to take on the Great North Run?
Our Hospitals Charity is now looking for runners to compete in the Great North Run in 2022.
Running for Our Hospitals Charity makes you an important part of our team.
You’ll make a positive difference to our patients, staff and communities across South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Let us know if you would like to run for us by emailing OurHospitalsCharity@nhs.net
Any other fundraising ideas you may have are also welcome.
The James Cook University Hospital’s aging renal day unit has now been transformed into a modern, purpose-built centre just 11 months after a major fundraising appeal was launched.
Thanks to the generosity of local businesses, our patients and everyone who took part in our fundraising campaign in the local community, we smashed our £500,000 target and now have a first class facility to deliver kidney care.
This was despite the challenges posed by COVID-19 and we are so grateful to everyone for their efforts.
Earlier this year, we also opened a new A&E department for children and young people thanks to your generosity. The new facility will provide emergency care to more than 25,000 patients a year from neonates up to 18 years in their own dedicated department.