The unique way we operate our charitable trust means the community can tell us which area of the hospital they would like their fundraising to go towards – and we can guarantee that your donation goes to that individual ward, piece of equipment or in memory of a loved one.
West Suffolk Hospital is your hospital. Put it simply, your fundraising has made a direct difference to the care we can provide to yourselves, your family and friends and the local community.
Sue Smith, Fundraising Manager, My WiSH Charity
Every heart matters
My WiSH Charity has launched our biggest appeal yet.
We need to raise £500,000 to support the build of a new cardiac diagnostic unit that will enhance the treatment of all patients with heart conditions.
Make sure every heart matters; support our appeal to provide improved cardiac services for the west Suffolk community.
Find out more about Every heart matters
Our Butterfly Fund supports our palliative patients. But we know it isn't just about the patients but also their loved ones too.
Read on to find out more about how we enhance the care of West Suffolk Hospital's patients at the end of their life and how we also support their family and friends to help make life a little easier during this difficult time.
Love your nodes
Launched on 1st July 2016 this campaign raised £25,000 for a Sentimag machine.
This machine is used on the breast care unit to enable accurate removal of lymph nodes for our breast cancer patients.
Although we have now purchased the machine but the campaign continues. Read why here.
Find out more about Love Your Nodes
Launched in 2014 this campaign has seen incredible success smashing it's target of £25,000.
Currently the campaign has reached over £100,000 and has helped several areas of the hospital. In July 2016 our memory walk was finally unveilled with 100 metres of local and national images.
Find out more about Forget-Me-Not
Launched in 2014 by local businessman Ben Lord the aim of this appeal is to further enhance the care given in West Suffolk Hospital's orthopaedic and trauma departments.
Thanks to his support and that of the community, the Arthrose Appeal has seen fantastic success in enhancing care to our patients.
The Beat It appeal
Beat It was our first big appeal and was run in conjunction with the Bury Free Press. More than £65,000 was raised and enabled us to purchase a prostate cancer scanner.
Find out more about The Beat it Campaign
If you would like to fundraise for any part of the hospital, please email Sue Smith, Fundraising Manager at the hospital, who would be delighted to help in any way possible, or call us on 01284 712952.