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Category: Charity

picture depicting people dancing at a silent disco

Truro Cathedral Silent Disco

Added on 10 March 2023, in Charity - Charity Fundraiser / RCHT Charity

Friday 3rd March saw an incredible 1250 party goers shimmy, shake, rattle and roll throughout Truro Cathedral to a Silent Disco all in aid of Royal Cornwall Hospital’s Trust Charity.

Photograph depicting exercise and playground equipment

Staff encouraged to get active at RCH

Added on 14 February 2023, in Charity - RCHT Charity / Where Your Money Goes

Taking an effective break can be a challenge for all of us and for hospital staff, taking time out from their working environment to refresh and recharge has never been more important.

Graphic: RCHT Charity, Christmas Kit Kat of Kindness

Christmas KitKat of Kindness

Added on 1 December 2022, in Charity - Charity Fundraiser

Christmas is here and at Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity we want to spread festive cheer amongst NHS colleagues across the Trust, by launching Christmas KitKat of Kindness.

Graphic: Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity, Christmas Star Appeal

RCHT Charity Christmas Stars Appeal

Added on 24 November 2022, in Charity - How You Can Help

Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity is inviting everyone across the county to help Cornwall’s only acute hospital, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske, shine brightly for the festive season by sponsoring a Christmas star.

Trauma response car picture collage showing the car from the drivers side, the car from the rear with boot open and equipment carried, and the car from the rear with the boot open and emergency lights on with a trauma response employee standing beside.

Trauma Response Car, equipped by RCHT Charity

Added on 14 November 2022, in Charity - Where Your Money Goes

The introduction of a Major Trauma Response Car, operating out of Royal Cornwall Hospital, means that patients suffering serious injury, for example at a road traffic accident, may no longer need to come via Royal Cornwall Hospital on their way to receive care at one of the region’s major trauma centres.

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Pedal 4 Patients ‘23

Added on 4 November 2022, in Charity - How You Can Help

Riders one and all, by overwhelming demand, RCHT Charity is back with our amazing Pedal4Patients cycle challenge.

Pedal4Patients team at Land's End

Pedal4Patients 2022

Added on 4 October 2022, in Charity - Hospital Heroes

200 miles of cycling in three days? Yes! Nine intrepid, fantastic riders squared up to Pedal4Patients 2022 and cycled through our gorgeous Cornwall last weekend (we did tiptoe briefly into Devon with a Plymouth start) culminating in the glorious finale at Land’s End.

Lion's club mascot at a fundraising event

Lion’s share for Renal Unit patients in Truro

Added on 3 October 2022, in Charity - Hospital Heroes

Patients of the Renal Unit at Royal Cornwall Hospital will benefit from the fundraising of the Lions Club of Roche thanks to their outgoing President Aaron Cirullo and his team. President from 2020 through to 2022, Mr Cirullo, also a kidney transplant patient, knows only too well how the £3,000 donation will help patients, “I […]

Karen Murrish RCHT Charity Fundraising Manager giving the team a safety briefing before starting.

Taking to the water for RCHT Charity’s Sundowner SUP

Added on 20 September 2022, in Charity - RCHT Charity

Planning outdoor events months ahead, we always keep our fingers and toes crossed that the weather (along with the water conditions for this challenge!) will be favourable… well Cornwall delivered for this year’s Sundowner SUP. On Saturday 6th August a team of Sundowner SUP participants joined us on Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth to take part in […]

Trauma impact training

Den winners use funding to help staff cope with trauma

Added on 6 July 2022, in Charity - Where Your Money Goes

The team on the Neonatal Unit at Royal Cornwall Hospital, are a close-knit community of colleagues, with bonds formed through their very special work caring for the littlest patients in Cornwall’s only acute hospital.

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