The Trinity Holistic Centre is looking for walkers to take part in its Sunset at the Summit challenge. Those taking part will walk up Blencathra in the Lake District to experience a sunset to remember while raising sponsorship to support patients with cancer and other long-term conditions.
Eye outpatients staff have launched an ambitious fundraising drive to bring the very latest leading-edge technology to The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. The Retinal Development Appeal aims to raise £175,000 to buy additional state-of-the-art equipment to enhance patient care. Top of the wishlist is an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scanner.
A diabetes consultant whose baby boy lost his life to a rare condition aged just 15 days is to mark the fourth anniversary with a marathon fundraiser.
Amelia and Simon Ashwell lost baby David to Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia (ACD), a fatal lung condition which has affected only a handful of babies worldwide, in March 2011.
Grateful patient Tina Reid organised a sponsored walk to thank the dedicated staff on ward 14 for the amazing care and support she has received which helped to raise over £3,200.
Brave Tina, 52, from Stockton has ovarian cancer and she has been cared for on the ward at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough over the last six months.
Intrepid Darren Hodgson is really going that extra mile by running the ASICS Greater Manchester marathon in Trafford on Sunday 19 April 2015. Darren, 41, from Thirsk is taking on this mammoth challenge in memory of his dad – Tom Hodgson – who passed away at the Lambert Memorial Community Hospital in Thirsk, five years ago in May 2010.
Richard and Tracy Clarke have handed over another fantastic amount of £50,000 to help with the refurbishment of the children’s day unit at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
The ultra-dedicated pair from Coulby Newham, have raised over £300,000 though their registered charity, Abbie’s Love, for epilepsy research and supporting children with the condition.