Fundraising

Donor couple smash fundraising target

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When Kevin Musgrave suffered renal failure for the second time, his wife Julie did not think twice about giving him one of her kidneys. And now the couple have handed over another special donation – more than £1,800 to the renal team at The James Cook University Hospital who supported them throughout their treatment.

Be Gung-Ho! Take on world’s biggest inflatable course!

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The world’s biggest 5k inflatable obstacle course is set to raise thousands of pounds for local hospitals when it heads to Teesside this year. GUNG-HO! Seriously Fun 5k comes to Wynyard Hall on Saturday 31 March 2018 and South Tees Hospitals Charity has been named as the event’s local partner.

Double donation from the Friends of the Friarage

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A double donation of bladder scanning equipment has been made by the Friends of the Friarage to support local patients with the condition. The dedicated fundraisers, now in their Diamond Jubilee year, purchased the scanners – collectively worth £10,300 – for the community continence nursing team and the gynaecology department at the Northallerton hospital.

Cheers! Work Starts on New Macmillan Centre during World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

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Staff and patients raised a cup to mark the start of building work on The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre at the Friarage Hospital, Northallerton, as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. The annual Macmillan Cancer Support charity event this year coincided with construction getting underway on the new multi-million pound cancer centre at the hospital, which is being funded by local philanthropist Sir Robert Ogden, Macmillan and South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Cancer treatment winning ticket for The Voice star

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One minute they were performing in front of millions of TV viewers on The Voice, the next they were fighting a battle with throat cancer which threatened to end their musical career. But a year later Pamela Wett and Rory Wilde are set to star in a Grand Charity Show at Whitby Pavilion to give something back to the Head and Neck Cancer Unit that saved Rory’s life.