We love to share our latest news about what the charity has achieved and the inspiring efforts of our amazing fundraisers. Do get in touch if you have a story to share.
An exciting new artwork opened today at the Oxford Children’s Hospital today – creating a colourful and interactive welcome for young patients.
The Loom to the Moon installation was officially opened with a ‘loom band cutting’ ceremony by local charity Blue Skye Thinking, with special guests, author and illustrator, Nick Sharratt and CBeebies presenter Chris Jarvis.Read more
Extra chemotherapy chairs have been installed at the Horton General Hospital’s Brodey Cancer Centre so more patients from the local area can access first class treatment closer to home.Read more
Mums-to-be in need of extra support during their pregnancy are now benefiting from a state-of-the-art baby monitoring system at the John Radcliffe Hospital, thanks to the Silver Star Society, part of Oxford Hospitals Charity.Read more
We are delighted to announce that work on the new Ronald McDonald House in Oxford is about to start. Oxford Hospitals Charity is contributing £2.5 million to help this important project. Parents of patients in the Oxford Children's Hospital, Children's Critical Care and Newborn Intensive Care will soon be benefiting from the 62 bedroom home.Read more
Oxford Hospitals Charity has been working with the hospitals' microbiology team to bring in the very latest diagnostic technology, dramatically reducing the time it takes to identify conditions like sepsis and meningitis.Read more
Meet Charlie, aged 10 who fundraised for the Oxford Children's Hospital after receiving 2 life changing operations.Read more
Oxford Hospitals Charity supports the work of the Ashfield Fund, at the John Radcliffe which provides support for families who have lost a baby. Read more to find out how you can help make a difference at such a devastating time.Read more
This September over 200 people came together to abseil for causes across our hospitals. The Great Big Hospital Abseil has already raised over £55,000 for the John Radcliffe, Horton, Churchill and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre.Read more
Thanks to the generous support of the Ashley Charitable Trust a series of information films for breast cancer patients is now being created to help patients at this difficult time.Read more