Appeals

Breast Cancer

  Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women in the UK. It is estimated that one in eight women will develop breast cancer over the course of their lives. QEHB Charity’s...

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Centre for Rare Diseases

There are over 6,000 rare diseases classified in the UK. Of these, 80% have a genetic basis and surprisingly, one in 17 of us will be affected by a rare disease in our lives. It is...

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CIIC

The Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy Centre (CIIC) is funded by QEHB Charity, and brings together a team of scientists from the University of Birmingham and cancer doctors from the Queen...

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Elderly Care

  Our elderly care appeal is raising money to bring special entertainment systems, called My Life Dementia Improvement Systems, as well as other activities, to the elderly care wards across...

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Fisher House UK

Fisher House is QEHB Charity's 'home away from home' for military patients and their families, on the site of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, which is also where the Royal Centre for...

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The Giles' Trust

The Giles’ Trust brain tumour fund was set up by England cricketer Ashley Giles and his wife Stine, to raise money to fund vital research into brain tumours at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital...

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Liver Foundation UK

QEHB Charity’s Liver Foundation UK supports liver patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham by funding research, equipment and facilities over and above what the NHS can...

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QEHB Cancer appeal

Every two minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer; an alarming statistic. However, thanks to you, our fantastic supporters, we have been able to make an enormous difference to...

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Sponsor the trees

With all the vital, life-saving work that occurs on a daily basis at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, it can be easy to overlook the environmental factors that can have an impact on...

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Young people with cancer

QEHB Charity is proud to support children and young people with cancer. Please see below for more information on how we are providing teachers, pizza nights, toys and home comforts for our...

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QEHB Fighting Skin Cancer

Malignant melanoma, a type of skin cancer, is the fifth most common cancer in the UK. QEHB Charity has launched the QEHB Fighting Skin Cancer Appeal to help patients with skin cancer and raise...

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Neuroendocrine Tumours

The Birmingham NET Centre is an accredited European Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (ENETS) Centre of Excellence, and manages over 1000 patients with NETs. It is based at the Queen Elizabeth...

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citizenAID

citizenAID is the initiative of four deeply experienced UK civilian and military clinicians working in collaboration with industry to improve public resilience. When there is a shooting,...

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Ward 19 Heartlands Hospital

Ward 19 is the specialist cancer unit at Heartlands Hospital which treats patients suffering from a wide range of cancers including breast, leukaemia, lung and prostate cancer. The Ward 19...

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Heart in a Box

QEHB Charity has launched a brand new appeal to bring a cutting-edge piece of equipment to the heart department at QEHB. ‘Heart in a Box’ is a revolutionary piece of medical equipment that...

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Mobile CT scanner

QEHB Charity is launching an appeal to purchase a portable CT scanner. Currently, hundreds of patients every year need to be moved from the Critical Care Unit to Radiology whenever they...

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Newborns in Need

Each year Good Hope Hospital and Heartlands Hospital care for thousands of babies some of whom are born up to four months early and weigh as little one pound. An average of one in ten newborn...

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Home away from Home

QEHB Charity is raising money to fund accommodation for the families of patients who are being treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, through its ‘home away from home’...

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Children and Young People

The Children and Young People appeal works to provide added extras for young patients at Heartlands Hospital, Solihull Hospital and Good Hope Hospital. Each year, the three hospitals treat...

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