Thank you to December's fundraising stars
Thank you to our wonderful fundraisers for December.
Christmas meant lots of presents and this year we were thrilled that the whole hospital benefited from the publics generosity. Thank you to the following people and organisations who popped by the hospital with gifts for our patients.
6 Regiment Army Air Corps
3rd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment
Christopher Robinson from Rattlesden Church
Nat West in Bury St Edmunds
Ipswich Town FC
Beck Row Bikers
and thank you to the amazing public of West Suffolk who donated gifts to the above organisations. Thanks to your generosity we have been able to give gifts to over 20 areas of the hospital this Christmas which is just fantastic. We are sure these gifts will help brighten our patients stay over the festive period.
Denise Smith and the Day Surgery Unit for raising over £300 for our Love Your Nodes Campaign.
South Lee School for fundraising during their last school year and raising £5,600 to purchase a Niox machine to aid diagnosis for children with respiratory problems.
Frames Conservatories Direct and Ian Norris for hosting a wonderful Santa's Grotto and fundraising for our Rainbow Ward.
Paulene Gray and Sheila Broadfoot for holding a cake sale for our Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign.
Sainburys in Mildenhall for hosting an charity weekend and raising money for our Love Your Nodes Campaign.
Great Whelnetham Under 5's for raising £300 for our paediatric emergency department by holding a Christmas fair.
Bury St Edmunds Film Society supported our Love Your Nodes Campaign at their quiz night.
Sian Ramsey and Jess Davies raised an incredible £1070 for our palliative care team. The sisters cycled over 20 im memory of their grandmother, Elizabeth Davies.
We Love Bury St Edmunds! and James Sheen for raising £250 for our Love Your Nodes Campaign with their A Night 2 Remember.
Glasswells in Bury St Edmunds raised £500 with a quiz night for our Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign.
St Edmundsbaby donated £200 to help us refurbish the labour suites on our maternity unit.
Sara Jones and her gorgeous son Carter make a special donation to our neonatal unit to thank them for the care they received.
Neil Herbert who ran the Portsmouth Marathon and raised vital funds for our paediatric asthma deparment.