From iPads to privacy screens, soothing live music to camp beds (so young patients can have mum or dad beside them at night), this special fund helps make patient life that little bit more like normal life. Read more
Supporting the health and welfare of patients by providing state-of-the-art equipment and new facilities, and supporting cutting-edge research into heart and lung conditions. Read more
Creating a welcoming space for parents of critically ill children on the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, during their most anxious time. Read more
Expanding Royal Brompton's genetics testing service will help thousands of families affected by genetic heart and lung disease. Can they count on your support? Read more
Extending Harefield Hospital's Intensive Care Unit by six bedrooms, to help an additional 250 critically ill patients each year. Thank you for making this happen. Read more
Supporting our campaign to fight NHS England's decision to close congenital heart services at Royal Brompton. Read more
Supporting paediatric cardiac surgeon, Dr Olivier Ghez, and his colleagues at Royal Brompton in improving the journey that newborns and infants take from diagnosis of a heart condition to surgery and back to their families Read more
Helping to fund research to improve diagnosis, treatment and care for patients with LACS (Large Airway Collapse with Symptoms) Read more
Supporting the vital work of CORDA, established to find a way of detecting and reversing cardiovascular disease Read more
Make a gift to support respiratory research at Royal Brompton Hospital, in memory of Sir Robert Finch Read more
Support a specific ward or fund not listed on our Appeals page. Read more
Remember us in your will and help future generations. Read more
Sponsoring a brick is a fantastic way to support our 'Building for Brighter Futures' project to extend Harefield's Intensive Care Unit. Dedicate your brick or bricks to someone special and we'll transfer the name and message to an honours board to be displayed in the completed unit for years to come. Read more
Supporting the life-saving work of this world-class hospital, specialising in the treatment of child and adult heart and lung conditions Read more
Supporting the life-saving work of this world-class hospital, specialising in heart and lung transplantation Read more
What does your Sunday mornings normally consist of? A cup of tea in bed?Well on Sunday 16th July 2017 I will be Abseiling down the Orbit for a charity that is very close to my heart “The Royal Brompton Hospital”. My dad was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) a condition in which the lungs become scarred and breathing becomes increasingly difficult. In people with IPF, the tiny air sacs in the lungs become damaged and increasingly scarred. This causes the lungs to b
i taking part in a charity skydive in memory of my brother who was treated at Royal Brompton hospital for a lung condition.
I am taking part in a thrilling 80 metre free fall abseil from the iconic ArcelorMittal Orbit. From the top you can see lots of London’s most famous landmarks including The Gherkin, St Paul’s, Canary Wharf, Wembley Stadium and the O2! The money raised will go towards the health and welfare of patients by providing state-of-the-art equipment and new facilities as well as supporting cutting-edge research into lung conditions.
The Royal Brompton Hospital has been brilliant for me; I'd like to do something to pay them back !
In 2016, my mother underwent life saving surgery at this wonderful hospital & raising funds is my way of saying "Thank You"!
All the funds raised will go toward the genetic testing research programme and consequently contribute to saving more young lives.
Our son has just had a heart transplant at Harefield Hospital
After being diagnosed with alpha 1 anti-trypsin deficiency 10 years ago, my health declined to the point I needed a double lung transplant. I was lucky enough to receive my transplant last summer now nearly a year on I wanted to give something to the hospital that helped give me back my life. As this event was the closest to my one year anniversary I thought what better way to give something back but to go for it.
in November 2015 my grandad suffered a cardiac arrest at Heathrow. He was rushed to Harefield hospital where he received life saving treatment. After time at the intensive care until and high dependency unit he made a full recovery. Thanks to the hospital my grandad is still alive.
I will be dragging (being dragged...) around an 12 mile course that has some stupidly ridiculous obsticles along the way.
We are raising funds for Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity because they tried their hardest to save this great man. We have requested all funds are directed to The Heart and Lung Research Department.
Paul, Richard, Rich, Mark and Gaz are cycling over 180 miles from London to Paris in memory of Macy Cruickshanks
Im raising money for the Victoria ward at The Brompton. I've been so inspired and in awe of the incredible work done to help patients suffering from respiratory conditions on this ward that I want to contribute to this incredible environment in a way no one else has done before!
I am fundraising to support the amazing hospital that has cared and supported Jacob.
I'm hoping to give something back to the hospital who have helped me so much and hopefully have some fun along the way
Hi everyone,I am very excited to be doing a sponsored skydive, I have always wanted to do one but most importantly I will be doing it in order to help raise money for the Brompton and HarefieldHospitals. The sky dive will take place in October and I would appreciate your support in helping me raise as much money as we can for this charity. Many ThanksCaroline xxx
In January 2016 my dad had his aortic valve replaced. After nearly three weeks and a couple of slightly scary moments he was allowed home. The care and expertise he received was second to none and I would like to raise money to show my appreciation for the work done which has enabled my dad to still be here today.
To support the great work undertaken at the Royal Brompton and Harefield, which is yet again under threat.
I'm cycling 26miles down the Grand Union Canal for Harefield Hospital ITU Appeal
Someone very close to me needs a heart transplant
This has been set up to raise funds for the new ICU department to support patients and families who have been affected by cardiac related conditions.
I'm raising for the RBH Charity to help them support the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Royal Brompton & the Harefield ICU
I am doing a tandem skydive to raise money for the Intensive Care Unit Appeal at Harefield Hospital.