Without the support of grant making Trusts we would not be able to provide ongoing care for our patients and their families and we are tremendously grateful to the Trusts who have supported the growth of St Luke's over the years.
We work in partnership with over 100 Charitable Trusts and Livery Companies, to provide facilities and care for our patients and their families. in 2014, the generous funding of Trusts enabled us to complete an extension to our building and launch the new Woodgrange Centre at St Luke's, providing additional therapy rooms so that more people can access an even wider range of treatments and therapies earlier in their diagnose, helping them to manage the symptoms of their illness so that they can enjoy their lives.
Whether through high value, one off grants or smaller, regular donations, the funding we receive from our Trust supporters is often crucial to our ability to expand and develop both the services we provide and the maintenance of the buildings in which we care for our patients and their families.The core need of St Luke's is, of course, revenue funding. This pays for our clinical staff who offer the care and comfort required and the vast majority of St Luke's funds are spent in this way. In particular, we are seeking support for extra Health Care assistants to work with our Hospice at Home and single point of access team, providing patients and families who phorne our 24 hour emergency helpline with immediate emergency care.
We gratefully acknowledge substantial support from the following trusts during 2014
- The February Foundation
- Paul Daisley Trust
- Mason le Page Charitable Trust
- Harrow Council
- The Derek Butler Charitable Trust
- Samuel Sebba Trust
- Middlesex Province Relief Fund
- Albert Hunt Trust
- Anonymous Charitable Trust
- Donald Forester Trust
- Kingsbury Charity
- Silverholme Housing Association
- Awards for All
- Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
- The Rose Foundation.
Get in touch
To find out more about our work with Trusts and Foundations contact Amanda Ziegler:
Tel: 020 8382 8022