A bit about us

Imperial Health Charity is an independent charity raising funds for research and projects that help improve patient healthcare at the five London hospitals of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust: Charing Cross, Hammersmith, Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea, St Mary's and Western Eye hospitals.

Our current projects include the More Smiles Appeal, which aims to raise at least £2 million for the children's intensive care unit at St Mary's Hospital. We've recently awarded £3.5 million to renovate A&E at St Mary's, as well as £7.2 million to upgrade outpatient areas at Hammersmith, Charing Cross and Western Eye hospitals.

To find out more about our other projects, click here.


Latest News

Queen's Park mum abseiling hospital that saved her son

Joanne Ballecer taking part in More Smiles Appeal Abseil in honour of her son, Kai. 

Talk on the role of art in hospitals taking place at St Mary's

Albers Foundation Director hosting paediatric Grand Round on Monday April 24. 

Easter eggs donated to children at St Mary's Hospital over the weekend 

British Safety Council employees rallied together to treat children's ward patients over Easter.

Pharmaceuticals team abseiling hospital that treated colleague diagnosed with cancer

The Sigma Pharmaceuticals team will scale St Mary's to raise money for cancer care in the hospital.  

Hammersmith nurse cycling 800 miles to raise money for hospital

Claire Salter will be cycling through five countries to raise money for the hospital's renal and transplant department. 

Sandra Blow exhibition unveiled at St Mary's Hospital

Works by the British Artist Sandra Blow have gone on display at St Mary's Hospital.  

St Mary's researcher running the Brighton Marathon for children's unit

Kelsey Flott will be taking part in the Brighton Marathon in April to support the paediatric intensive care unit at St Mary's Hospital. 

London Marathon runner supporting the renal fund

Paul Coward is taking on the London Marathon and raising money for the renal unit at Hammersmith Hospital where both his in-laws have been treated.

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