16 October 2020

Christmas gifts for patients

Thank you for your interest in supporting University Hospital Southampton this Christmas.

2020 has been an extraordinary year, and has seen our staff and hospital make changes and adapt like never before. It also means that Christmas 2020 is going to be very different for all of us.
Your NHS heroes will be facing huge pressures over the coming winter, whilst vulnerable patients face the festive season isolated from loved ones and happy family traditions.
Your incredible support has lifted spirits in previous years, but this year we have to think differently. To keep our staff and patients safe, we can’t accept the generous gifts of toys, sweet treats and presents that are brought into our office. But your gifts are so important and we’re determined that everyone in our community still feels connected.
This year we’re asking you to make a donation so that our ward staff can buy gifts on your behalf that will be safe and meaningful for patients.
Christmas Gifts at Southampton Hospitals Charity
With your help, we can create impact that lasts for generations. And with a choice of how you donate and where your donation goes, you can focus your efforts on the areas that are most important to you.
  • Call us on 023 8120 8881 to make a donation by card.
  • Write a cheque made payable to “Southampton Hospitals Charity” and post this to: Southampton Hospitals Charity, Mailpoint 135, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, SO16 6YD.
  • Send a bank transfer. Please email us at Charity@uhs.nhs.uk or call 023 8120 8881 to ask for the bank transfer details. We will also provide you with a reference.
Item Donations at Southampton Hospitals Charity
THANK YOU!
We rely heavily on support from our local community, and donations like yours make a real difference. Once again, thank you so much for your support.
We really couldn’t deliver the same level of care to the patients and their families without the incredible generosity of our amazing supporters.
Last updated: 16/10/2020

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