• In Memory of Martin Jasper – Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre

    In Memory of Martin Jasper – Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre

    Following the tragic passing of Martin Jasper on Wednesday 10 July, husband to Angela, father to Tom and Rachel, and grandpa to Joshua and Oscar, here you can donate and make a difference to the Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre at Harrogate District Hospital in his memory.

    They treated Martin for Myeloma, which he was diagnosed with in February of this year, with the best possible care in every respect and we would welcome donations and messages from those who loved him rather than flowers or gifts.

    Feel free to donate anonymously because everyone’s circumstances are different and it’s truly the thought that counts.

    Dad is just off riding on his bike now so please think of him that way. He would like us to remember the good times and enjoy every day we have for him.

    Thank you,
    Angela, Tom and Rachel Jasper

  • Keith and Colin Running The Yorkshire Marathon for HHCC

    Keith and Colin Running The Yorkshire Marathon for HHCC

    The HHCC Team are delighted that Keith and Colin will be supporting HHCC once again, this time by taking on the Yorkshire Marathon on Sunday 20 October 2024!

    Any and all donations will be highly appreciated in supporting their ongoing fundraising.

  • Ryan’s Great North Run for the Great Start in Life Foundation

    Ryan’s Great North Run for the Great Start in Life Foundation

    Ryan is preparing to take on the  Great North Run, on Sunday 8 September, to raise funds for the Great Start in Life Foundation, which is part of HHCC.  All funds raised will support Children, Young People and their Families across the North East and Yorkshire.

    As the footprint of HDFT has expanded across the North East of England and Yorkshire, our Great Start in Life Foundation will raise funds to enhance the Health Visitor and School Nursing service that our Children, Young People and their Families access to ensure that our communities have a Great Start in Life.

    By supporting Ryan’s fundraising, you will enable us to make a difference in County Durham, Darlington, Gateshead, Middlesbrough, Northumberland, North Yorkshire, Stockton-on-Tees, Sunderland and Wakefield.

  • Charlotte & Victoria’s Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024

    Charlotte & Victoria’s Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024

    Charlotte and Victoria are training to climb the Yorkshire Three Peaks on Sunday 15 September 2024 all in aid of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity.  All valuable donations will go towards the ongoing cause of enabling service users, patients and staff across Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust.

    Thank you to all supporting their fundraising, your donations will help others to benefit from an enhanced service and experience above and beyond the provisions of the NHS.

  • Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Ant

    Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Ant

    Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) staff member Ant is fundraising for the benefit of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity by taking on the 12 hour Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge on Sunday 15 September 2024!

    All donations received will support his fundraising goal to enhance the environment, experiences and services provided across #teamHDFT!

  • Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Mark

    Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Mark

    Mark is preparing to take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks on Sunday 15 September 2024. All the funds raised will go towards Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity (HHCC) to enhance the environment, experiences and services provided across Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust for the benefits of patients, their families and staff.

    All donations and support will be greatly appreciated!

  • Chloe & Kerry’s Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

    Chloe & Kerry’s Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

    We are excited (and slightly daunted) to undertake this  Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge on Sunday 15 September 2024 to raise money on behalf of the fabulous Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity which enables service users, patients and staff to benefit from provisions over and above NHS services.  We will be representing the medical workforce and wider People and Culture Team at Harrogate District Hospital – we’ll be needing lots of cake on the run up to the event! Our previous walking experience is mixed – but we are determined to achieve the challenge and raise as much money as we can.

     

  • Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Vicki

    Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024 – Vicki

    I am training to join my Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) colleagues on Sunday 15 September 2024 to complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks.  All the funds I raise will go towards Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity (HHCC) to enhance the environment, experiences and services provided across #teamHDFT for the benefits of patients, their families and staff at the Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre.

    Any donations would be gratefully received in support of my fundraising.

     

  • Finance Team – Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024

    Finance Team – Yorkshire Three Peaks 2024

    The Finance Team at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) are preparing to take on the Yorkshire Three peaks on Sunday 15 September 2024 for Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity.  They are fundraising towards enhancing the environment and experience for patients their families and #teamHDFT colleagues providing and receiving care across Frailty Services at Harrogate District Hospital.

    They will be honoured to receive all and any donations to support this worthy cause.

  • Emily and Keith’s Wedding fundraising for Active Against Cancer

    Emily and Keith’s Wedding fundraising for Active Against Cancer

    Instead of traditional wedding gifts, Emily and Keith are asking for donations to charities close to their heart, one of which is Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity’s (HHCC) Active Against Cancer (AAC) fund.  Alongside the doctors and nursing team, AAC were instrumental in supporting Em’s dad, Ian, in his battle with cancer back in 2021. It is thanks to AAC and the NHS that Ian will walk Em down the aisle on Saturday 14 September 2024 and be able to ceilidh all night- cancer free!
    AAC help to support patients with the physical and mental battle that comes with a cancer diagnosis, helping from pre-op preparation all the way through to post recovery follow-up. “Having my Dad fit and well for my wedding day is a greater gift than anyone could give. Our hope is that any money raised will enable AAC to help more people diagnosed with cancer so that they can be present and well for more special days with their loved ones.”
  • Harrogate Emergency Department Team – It’s A Knockout

    Harrogate Emergency Department Team – It’s A Knockout

    The Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) Emergency Department Team are entering the HHCC It’s a Knockout challenge 2024 to raise funds above and beyond the provisions of the NHS for the benefit of service users, their families and staff across the #teamHDFT footprint.

    We thank you for taking the time to show your support towards their incredible fundraising!

  • Yorkshire Three Peaks – Gemma

    Yorkshire Three Peaks – Gemma

    I have always loved the outdoors and have recently spent more time exploring local footpaths and areas of outstanding natural beauty resulting in my first climb up Munro in Glencoe.  This has lead to the decision of taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks on Sunday 15 September 2024!  This will be an excellent way to challenge myself as well as raising money for a cause that is close to my heart,  Active Against Cancer (AAC) as part of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity (HHCC).  I’m excited to take on the challenge and take advantage of the training time to visit more beautiful areas of the British countryside.

  • Yorkshire Three Peaks – Oliver

    Yorkshire Three Peaks – Oliver

    Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity (HHCC)  are really excited to be working once again with Sky Blue Adventures to bring the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge on Sunday 15 September 2024!

    I am a Volunteer at Harrogate Hospital Radio and really enjoy a challenge! I successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro in January 2019, which is 19,340ft AMSL. The Yorkshire Three Peaks seemed like the perfect opportunity to dig out my walking shoes, alongside raising money for HHCC.

    All the money raised from this exciting challenge will go towards vital funds, going above and beyond the NHS for the benefit of patients, their families and staff across the footprint of Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust.

  • Great Start in Life Foundation

    Great Start in Life Foundation

    The Great Start in Life Foundation is an arm of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity (registered charity number 1050008), designed to support Children and Young People across our 0-19(25) Children’s Public Health Nursing Service footprint, by actively fundraising through events, projects, appeals and donations.

  • Great North Run for the Great Start in Life Foundation

    Great North Run for the Great Start in Life Foundation

    Colleagues from Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) will be taking part in this year’s Great North Run, on Sunday 8 September, to raise funds for the Great Start in Life Foundation, which is part of HHCC.  Jonathan, Emma, Matt, Emma and Yvonne are running to support Children, Young People and their Families across the North East and Yorkshire.

     

  • Support The Special Care Baby Unit at Harrogate District Hospital

    Support The Special Care Baby Unit at Harrogate District Hospital

    The Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) here at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) is a Level 1 special care baby unit with 7 cots. We look after babies born over 32 weeks gestation who require extra support. The nurses work alongside parents to ensure they are included in their baby’s care and encourage and support areas such as breastfeeding and skin to skin. We are currently raising money to make environmental changes to the unit. The impact of these changes would be significant for those accessing them; having a baby born with unexpected complications is very challenging for families, therefore we want to give them a home away from home where possible.

  • Support Woodlands Ward at Harrogate District Hospital

    Support Woodlands Ward at Harrogate District Hospital

    Woodlands Ward is a 16 bedded general paediatric ward which takes children ranging from 0-16 years of age. We see all children of any speciality such as surgery, ophthalmology, ear nose and throat etc. As the only acute paediatric unit within the Harrogate District Hospital, we want to make sure we are providing child friendly, individualised care. Recently most of our fundraised money has supported the completed artwork in the main bay areas within Woodlands Ward and within some of the side rooms. We would relish the opportunity to continue this artwork in our remaining side rooms, but do not currently have the funds to do this. The artwork creates a warmer, more inviting area for children to visit, hopefully alleviating some of their anxiety. The feedback received from the environmental changes to Woodlands Ward over the past few years has been palpable, families who visited prior to the artwork have commented on how much more relaxed their children were since the changes have been made. We are looking to continue this fundraising and make the ward a home away from home.

  • Harrogate Ladies’ College Charity of the Year

    Harrogate Ladies’ College Charity of the Year

    Harrogate Ladies’ College Charity of the Year. Every year we choose a local charity to support, and for 2023-2024, our school community voted for Active Against Cancer (AAC)!

  • Campaign Test

    Campaign Test

  • Cancer Services

    Cancer Services

    Cancer Services at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust (HDFT) provides high quality cancer treatments and health and wellbeing services. It offers support for people affected by a cancer diagnosis in the Harrogate and District Community, as well as some patients from the North Leeds area.

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