St Mary’s Children’s Fund

What is the St Mary’s Children’s Fund?

Every year thousands of seriously ill children from across the UK are treated at St Mary’s.

At St Mary's, specialist paediatricians respond immediately to life-threatening medical emergencies and deliver outstanding care and support to patients and families as soon as they walk through the door.

As the birthplace of 11 Royal children, St Mary’s is also famous for its maternity care with more than 6,000 babies born at the hospital each year. In addition, its world-renowned paediatric intensive care unit looks after the sickest children that other hospitals are simply not equipped to care for.

With your support, every paediatric department in the hospital will continue to deliver the care that every child deserves.B64B3146.jpg

Where will the money go?

The St Mary’s Children’s Fund aims to raise £500,000 a year for the next three years. Alongside government funding, this will go to every department that specialises in caring for children, including children’s A&E, paediatric intensive care, the children's wards and the neonatal unit.B64B3059.jpg

How you can support our appeal

1. Donate online
To make a donation to the St Mary’s Children’s Fund, fill in the form on this page.

2. Send a cheque
Make your cheque payable to Imperial Health Charity and send it to:

Imperial Health Charity
178–180 Edgware Road
London W2 2DS

3. Raise money
Take part in a fundraising event or organise one of your own. Whatever you decide to do to raise money, we will support you every step of the way. To find out more, visit www.imperialcharity.org.uk/fundraising-events.