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Thursday, 18 September 2014
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Giving to Ipswich Hospital

How to Help

Current Appeals

Previous Appeals

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Make a donation, organise a fundraising event or leave a legacy, we show you how

The Woolverstone Wish, Ipswich Cancer Research Charity Fund (Ipswich CaRes) and more

Happy Hearts, Specialist Birthing Pool and more



Why we need your support
As an NHS hospital, EVERY donation helps us to raise the level of care beyond that enabled by our Department of Health funding. Any donation, however small or large and whether from patients, relatives or charitable trusts is controlled through our Charitable Trust Funds Committee which ensures that donations are put to the best possible use or designated to particular areas within the hospital.


How to help

Make a donation

Organise a fundraising event

Leave a legacy

Click the JustGiving button to visit our JustGiving Charity Page and make an immediate donation.

Runs, walks, sponsored events of all kinds - look for your inspiration here.

We'll shortly be explaining how to bequeath all or part of your estate to Ipswich Hospital in your will.

Current Fundraising

The Woolverstone Wish

Ipswich CaRes

Individual Fundraising

The Woolverstone Wish is an ongoing project to improve patient comfort in the day unit for cancer patients.

Ipswich Cancer Research Charity Fund (CaRes) is part of a national and international research networks undertaking pioneering clinical cancer research.

There are dozens of fundraising activities arranged by committed colleagues and patients such as the Ipswich Hospital Clobber Swap, Movember, marathons and cake sales, among others. These are a great way to raise valuable funds.

Previous Fundraising 

Paediatric Monitor

Happy Hearts Appeal

Specialist birthing pool

Our Paediatric Assessment Unit team launched an appeal to purchase a £2,000 monitor for children who need high-dependency care. The equipment will allow clinicians to monitor very poorly children who arrive for assessment before being transferred to either our children’s ward or another hospital.

You’ve helped us raise £40,000 for a heart scanner to help clinicians diagnose illnesses quicker in children.

Supporters of the the Maternity Unit have raised £10,000 for a specialist birthing pool for mothers in labour.


If you would like more information on any of the opportunities here, please contact Jan Ingle on 01473 704770 or click here to email Jan.


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