CW+ marked the 30th birthday of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital by launching its most ambitious fundraising campaign to date. Over a three-year period from May 2023, Thirty at Thirty aims to raise £30m to support Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in the ongoing delivery of outstanding care to the communities it serves.
Watch our short Thirty at Thirty film to hear the stories of some of the amazing people in our community, and why our hospital means so much to them.
Our incredible partners and generous local community help to raise the funds that bring our projects to life. Together, we have a lot to celebrate. But there’s more to do. Your support will help us to:
Create world-class facilities
Our hospitals and clinics need to evolve to meet a changing world. To serve our patients, our brilliant NHS staff deserve access to the very best – now and into the future. With your help, we can make it happen.
Drive innovation and research
Our Trust is already a leader in innovation, but we want to fund more crucial research, highlighting our Trust as a global centre of excellence and an early adopter of cost-effective new technologies. Your support will not only benefit the community we serve – it could also advance healthcare, nationally and internationally.
Enhance patient and staff wellbeing
What can we do to make our patients feel more relaxed, and encourage the mind and body to heal? How can we support the wellbeing of our staff, so they can continue to deliver excellent care? These are the questions that drive our work. Help us to show the people in our community how much we value them.
How you can help
There are lots of ways to get involved with our fundraising campaign.
Would you like to donate to our Thirty at Thirty campaign? Find out how on our donate page or select the Donate button below.
Read the stories of some of our inspiring fundraisers and find out how you can fundraise for us.
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