Help hospital charity raise Egg-stra this Spring to support the children it treats
Monday 26th March 2018
Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead is launching a new initiative to help improve their children’s waiting and play areas and is asking for the local community to get involved.
Going to hospital can be daunting for children, so its charity – QVH Charity – is raising funds to create positive and happy spaces across the hospital for children to enjoy when they visit. The hospital treats children who have experienced burns or need reconstructive surgery, including specialist hand, jaw and eye surgery, as well as treating a number of other injuries and illnesses.
Paediatric ward matron Julie Baker says, “The role of the hospital environment is really important, particularly as a means of distraction for children. We want Queen Victoria Hospital to be somewhere they’re not frightened to go to. With the support of QVH Charity we want to make sure children get a positive first impression which will set the tone for their interaction with us. Improving these areas will make a huge difference.”
There are lots of ways people could get involved and raise money such as hosting a tea party, bake sale, craft day, sponsored sports challenge etc. There are plenty of ideas on www.supportqvh.org
If you would like to support this fundraising initiative please send your donations to QVH Charity, Queen Victoria Hospital, Holtye Road, East Grinstead RH19 3DZ.
QVH Charity funds important initiatives that are outside of what the NHS can normally pay for. This includes vital work like research projects to find new treatments, providing more and better equipment as well as improving our wards, clinics and waiting rooms.
Queen Victoria Hospital is special to many people for the treatment they or a loved one have received. If you are interested in fundraising or supporting the hospital or would like to find out more about how you can support the QVH Charity please email Camilla.firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01342 414170. You can also find information on www.supportqvh.org