Fundraising

Great North Run – final places up for grabs!

Posted on in Fundraising

If you would like to take part in the Great North Run on Sunday 10 September 2017 but failed to gain a general ballot place South Tees Hospitals Charity has a limited number of guaranteed places left. You just need to chose which ward/department you would like to raise funds for! All we ask is […]

Join our Great North Run Team

Posted on in Events, Fundraising

Fancy joining 57,000 people for the world’s biggest and most iconic half marathon on Sunday 10 September 2017 while also helping to raise funds for our hospitals?
We have a limited number of guaranteed charity places in our Great North Run team so if you want to make this New Year’s resolution a reality get in touch on 01642 854160 or at charity.queries@stees.nhs.uk.

Children’s unit gets £50k upgrade in memory of Abbie

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The Children’s Day Unit at The James Cook University Hospital has been given a £50,000 makeover thanks to the generosity of local charity Abbie’s Love. The charity was founded by Richard and Tracy Clarke in memory of their 10-year-old daughter Abbie, who they lost to sudden unexpected death in epilepsy on 1 December 2006. Abbie’s […]

Harmonica player David delights with tunes and a cheque!

Posted on in #MyReasonIs, Fundraising, Support groups, The Friarage

A harmonica player delighted patients, staff and visitors at The Friarage Hospital with tunes and a cheque for £1,000 – raised through concerts and CD sales. Talented David Hewison-Sandyford, 65, of Bedale, brought his unusual harmonica collection to the Northallerton Hospital hub and entertained people enjoying a coffee as well as stopping passers by in their tracks with his musical skills.

Kind-hearted teen helps others who need a wheelchair

Posted on in Events, Fundraising, Hospitals, The Friarage

When teenager Elizabeth Mewett collected a wheelchair from The Friarage Hospital in Northallerton, she vowed to raise money to help other patients who could benefit from the service. And determined Elizabeth Mewett, 13, has not let having the fatigue-inducing condition Idiopathic Hypersomnia stand in her way.

Chance for Myeloma patients to meet and get support

Posted on in Community services, Events, Fundraising, Nurses, Support groups, The trust

Up to eighty patients suffering from myeloma are expected to attend a special awareness event at The James Cook University Hospital next week, giving them the opportunity to meet and discuss their experiences of living with the blood cancer. Patients will also get the chance to find out about the wide range of support available to them in Middlesbrough, from complementary therapies to social activities.