Children from all over Scotland are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow. Some have minor ailments, others are fighting for their lives. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity sits at the heart of the hospital and invests in initiatives that help to make their care and experience the best it can be. Your support will help to ensure that we can invest in world class medical equipment, play programmes, family support services and pioneering research to make young lives better.
160,000 children from all over Scotland are treated at the Royal Hospitalfor Children in Glasgow, and its related services each year. These children and their families often face many difficult times in the process of treatment and recovery, The need for vital funds has increased again in 2016 due to a tough economic climate and ongoing budgetary constraints.
This year, Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity needs your help more than ever as we move to the new children's hospital in the South of Glasgow. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity has committed to investing more than 5 million in initiatives and services at the new hospital, including pull down beds for parents and carers, and innovative state of the art medical equipment. Your help will ensure that Scotland's sick children continue to receive world class care.
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity is committed to helping the children who attend the Royal Hospital for Children today, and the children who will attend for years to come. Our pioneering research program - Yorkhill Research Support Scheme ensures that Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity remains at the forefront of supporting paediatric care, and the initiatives that we support all contribute to the long term well being of children in Scotland.