Research projects making a difference in our hospitals

Our charity loves to support innovation and advances in our hospitals. So we are really proud to fund the Oxford Hospitals Charity Chief Nursing Officer Fellowship. Read more

Stock Shop support for Churchill's Cancer Centre

In June we popped across to award Carli with a certificate to thank her and the team for their very kind support. The shop, which is near the main entrance of the Cancer Centre, has raised over £1,100! Read more

Play2Give’s Record Donation to Oxford Children's Hospital

We’d like to say a big thank you to Andy Baker and the Play2Give Charity team for their amazing donation of £15,000 earlier this month. This huge amount was raised throughout 2023, and is their highest annual total raised for Oxford Children’s Hospital since they started fundraising. Read more

Small Musical Initiative Makes Big Impact for CMU Patients

Sometimes, the smallest projects we fund can make a really big impact for our patients. A wonderful example is a recent musical initiative funded by the charity in the Complex Medical Unit  - also known as CMU. Read more

Choral Singathon raises over £9,000

Imagine singing for nine hours non stop! Well that’s what the amazing Cotswold Voices Choir did last month, at a Singathon in Oxford’s Westgate Shopping Centre. Read more

Oxford doctor sets off on dream Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge

The consultant from Botley in Oxford has worked in the NHS for over 30 years and is marking his recent retirement by tackling the world-famous walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The day before setting off David popped into the charity office and told us why he is taking on the 1,200-mile challenge. Read more

A Forklift experience raising funds for the Horton General.

In May a group of lucky folks from Banbury were able to take part in this special experience – whilst also raising funds for the Horton General Hospital.  Anne Marshall from Stackers Training organised the event that took place at their training centre just outside Banbury.  The attendees tackled some steering exercises and even did some box stacking! Read more