We have worked London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital to support two major capital projects: the Paul O’Gorman Patient Hotel and the redevelopment of their oncology and haematology facilities.
The team treats one in 10 of the children diagnosed with cancer in the UK.
Since 1996, we have worked with a charity called Paul O’Gorman Lifeline, contributing over £9 million to help fund their life-saving work.
The Paul O’Gorman Lifeline helps to provide treatment for children from eastern Europe and central Asia with life-threatening illnesses.
In September 2013, we donated £500,000 to help children and their families at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, as part of their Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal.
We have provided funding of £1 million to help Birmingham Children’s Hospital build a new cancer unit as part of their Children’s Cancer Centre Appeal.
Part of the new centre will be the Paul O’Gorman building, named after the son of Eddie and Marion O’Gorman, the founders of Children with Cancer UK.
In 1998 we contributed £250,000 to The Christie Hospital in Manchester. Founded in 1901, this institution has been providing support and care for those in the local area as well as being at the forefront of research and treatment, making the Christie Hospital a crucial service to all those in and around the city.
This donation helped the hospital to ...