What Can We Give?

Charities (medically related charities, hospitals, hospices and medical clinics)

The Hospital Saturday Fund will consider giving grants towards medical capital projects, medical care or research and in support of medical training.   The Hospital Saturday Fund will also consider grants for running costs.  Please see 'Applying for a Grant' to view our guidelines and find out how to apply

Individuals

The Hospital Saturday Fund will also consider giving partial or full grants to individuals for the following:

 

Specialised Mobility Equipment                        Wheelchairs, Mobility Scooters, Car adaptions.

 

Medical Appliances and Aids                            Hearing Aids, Nebulisers, Specialised Vision Aids.

 

Specialised Computer Equipment

 

Therapeutic Equipment / Treatment                  Orthopaedic beds, Mattresses or Pillows, Riser /recliners chairs,

                                                                              Lift hoist / aids, Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Acupuncture, Speech                                                                                 therapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic treatment, Reflexology, Massage                                                                                 therapy and Aromatherapy.

 

Home adaptations                                               Walk in showers, Accessibility adaptations to bathrooms, Access                                                                                     ramps, Non-slip flooring, Stair lifts.

 

Respite breaks at a therapeutic centre             Hearing Aids, Nebulisers, Specialised Vision Aids.

Please see 'Applying for a Grant' for details of how to apply.

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The Hospital Saturday Fund 
A Registered Charity in the UK No 1123381 and in Ireland No 20104528
Registered Office: 24 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD
President: The Lord Mayor of London
Chief Executive: Paul W Jackson MSc BA(Hons) DChA