The publications below show an important snapshot of who and what Southampton Hospital Charity does. For companies and businesses thinking about corporate partnerships, please do take a look at our annual reports. If you want the very latest updates on the charity, then download Charity Matters, our newsletter, for the most up-to-date appeals, news, events and photos.
Our latest annual report and accounts gives a full description of our governance, activities and finances. These run financial year to financial year (1 April - 31 March), and are usually published in January/February once signed off by the auditors. Please do contact us on 023 8120 8881 to discuss anything you may need in the period between these dates.
We produce a bi-annual newsletter called Charity Matters for our supporters. These can be downloaded below, however if you would like to see previous archived copies then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to say a big thank you to our donors and to everyone who responds to our newsletter.
- Autumn 2016 - Thank you for helping us raise £3,660 towards a piece of revolutionary radiotherapy equipment called an IORT machine. This mobile device delivers targeted radiation at the time of surgery to treat a variety of advanced tumours that are difficult to remove and treat.
- Spring 2016 - We asked for donations towards an ultrasound machine to scan pregnant women's hearts in Princess Anne Hospital. You helped us raise over £3,500.
- Autumn 2015 - We asked for help to refurbish the bathrooms in Mellor House which is accommodation for relatives of patients in hospital. You helped us raise £2,000 from the newsletter, £2,000 from the Anton Jurgens Trust (through reading the newsletter), and £3,500 from the Hampshire Hackers golf day, so now this project can begin as we beat the £7,000 target.
- Spring 2015 - We asked for help to buy TV's for our elderly care wards. You helped us raise £4,500 so we have now bought extra TVs and trolleys!
Piam Brown News (childhood cancer ward)
Piam Brown is our children's cancer ward, and is situated on G level at Southampton General Hospital.