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Philanthropy

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Invest in Bristol Children’s Hospital and you can help give the sickest babies and children from across the South West a brighter future…

We strive to put Bristol Children’s Hospital at the centre of change to ensure the hospital remains at the forefront of children’s healthcare and, most importantly, to save lives in the next decade and beyond. But we can’t do it alone. 

With every pledge or grant made, we can make life better for children at Bristol Children’s Hospital. Will you join our mission?  

If you’re an individual or representing a trust or foundation and want to get involved, contact us today.  

Why partner with us? 

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How you can make a difference

If you’d like more information, please get in touch with the Philanthropy team:  

Head of Philanthropy

Sarah McBride

Sarah has worked with us for 10 years, leading on relationships with all our key funders and major donors. From grant-making trusts to individual donors, Sarah can often be found showing visitors the life-saving facilities at Bristol Children’s Hospital, as well as ensuring that funding is available for our ambitious programme of activities in the Hospital including new medical facilities, research and bio-medical printing.

Trust Fundraising Manager

Gemma Langley

Gemma works with our generous grant-making trusts and foundations who share our vision of making Bristol Children’s Hospital and St Michael’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit the very best they can be.

If your trust or foundation would like to know more about who we are, learn about our latest projects, discuss how you can positively impact your children’s hospitals or organise a visit, get in touch with Gemma.

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