19 March 2020

Southampton Hospitals Charity office is now closed to the public

In these unprecedented times the need for our work is greater than ever. And Southampton Hospitals Charity will continue to support our staff and patients in whatever way we can, however our office at UHS will be closed to the public at this time.

We have been overwhelmed by the offers of help and we are so grateful to our entire community, it means a great deal.

We are no longer able to accept any gifts in kind, as our priority is keeping you and our staff as safe as possible, and that means we need you to stay at home in line government guidance.

The easiest thing to do if you want to help is to make a donation here. Donating online will also reach us faster and provide much needed support. Please can you add your email address when you donate so that we can thank you.

The Charity team will be working hard to acknowledge all your donations as soon as possible but please do bear in mind that there is likely to be a delay in doing so by post. Please be assured that when we come through this the Charity team will reposed to all your amazing support in our usual and prompt way.

Let’s transform care, together.

Last updated: 19/03/2020

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