Funding between £10,000 and £100,000

Frimley Health Charity is keen to support projects, ideas and innovations that have a big impact for patients and hospital staff.

If you wish to apply for funding for a piece of equipment or funding for a project that is over £10,000, but under £100,000 please get in touch. We can help you find the best match and work with you to see if your requests fits our fund guidelines.

In many cases funding may be available through one of our charity ‘funds’ specific to your hospital area (most wards and departments have a fund). If there isn’t a ward or department charity fund that fits, we can look at providing additional funding or speak with you regarding alternative funding options. Please note that for expenditure and/or setting up fundraising projects for any project between £25,000 – £100,000 requires sign off from the Charity Director and Charitable Funds Committee.

Whether you are looking for high tech equipment, seed funding for research, specialist training or ward and staff area improvements, we’d love to hear from you.

To find out whether you have a specific fund in your area and to apply for funding, please contact your relevant hospital fundraiser using their contact details below.

Lorraine Clayton

Hospital Engagement Manager

Lorraine joined the team with a wealth of charity knowledge. Her role within the charity is to engage staff and the public across all our hospitals as well as working with the local community to play an active role in supporting their local hospital charity.

Lorraine is a people person and loves meeting our fantastic supporters, getting to know them, finding out their own personal stories and supporting them on their journey to help us make a difference for patients and colleagues. She loves her job role where she finds herself at the heart of the Hospital.

Contact Lorraine

Jacqueline Henderson

Hospital Engagement Lead - Wexham Park

Jacqueline is chatty, bubbly and always there to help. What Jacqui loves the most about her role as Hospital Engagement Officer is being able to build great rapport with patients, staff and visitors and to help find solutions to make their visit as productive, pleasant and beneficial as possible. If we can make a difference to just one person’s life, it will be worth it!

Contact Jacqui
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