Queen Elizabeth Hospital Charity

Supporting All Areas of Patient Care

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Where Your Donation Makes a Difference

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity supports a variety of funds throughout the hospital, across every ward and department; refurbishing facilities, funding vital research, and purchasing new equipment to help maintain the high standards of care delivered by staff across the hospital.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity is so grateful to our amazing donors and fundraisers for helping us support our patients, their families and staff and ultimately save lives.

We pride ourselves on being able to offer our supporters the ability to specify a ward or department that they wish to fundraise for, as well as supporting the hospital as a whole.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Appeals

Please take a look at all the projects we are funding at the QE and all the fundraising events we have on offer for you to be able to take part in to raise vital funds for our patients, their families and staff.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us:

charities@uhb.nhs.uk 0121 371 4852

QE Cancer

With one in two people diagnosed with cancer every two minutes in the UK, we want to do all we can to help the patients treated at the QE.

We are a centre of excellence for cancer care in the West Midlands and currently see thousands of patients. We want to do all we can to help those children and adults who are treated at our hospitals and in the community as they face one of the toughest challenges in their lives.


Helping Children Smile Again

Being in hospital can be scary, especially for children, which is why we want to make the experience as relaxing as possible to create a brighter space for young patients and their families.

We transform wards into welcoming spaces, provide essential equipment for newborns, support children with cancer, and even fund a mobile dental units. With your help, we can continue to make a lasting difference in the lives of thousands of children every year.


Edmonds Transplant Centre

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity has launched a brand-new £4 million fundraising appeal to create the Birmingham Transplant Centre.

Work has begun on the new ‘Edmonds Transplant Centre’, which will become a national centre of excellence for organ transplantation in Birmingham, and will be funded by QEHB Charity. It will put patient care at the forefront of transplantation and will create a “one stop shop” for patients undergoing organ transplants.


Centre of Excellence

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is a centre of excellence and has the largest single-floor critical care department in Europe, and is also home to the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine which cares for injured servicemen and women from conflict zones, as well as training Army, Navy and Air Force medical staff.


In 2013, Fisher House was opened by King Charles, the then Prince of Wales. It's an 18-bedroom Home away from Home for military patients and their families to use whilst their loved one is being treated just a few minutes walk away at the hospital. Guests have described the house as a source of immense comfort, feeling embraced by a supportive community that "takes away all their problems."


QEHB is one of only six solid-organ transplant centres in the country. We are funding the new £4 million Edmonds Transplant Centre at the hospital allowing patients to visit just one area of the hospital, bringing all the specialist care to them, including pre-transplant consultations, and additional fitness classes before surgery - this has been proven to increase the likelihood of a successful transplant, patient support groups, and rehabilitation classes after surgery.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us:
charities@uhb.nhs.uk or 0121 3714 852

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