East & North Hertfordshire Hospitals’ Charity aims to make a real, positive impact to patient care. Helping the hospitals innovate, improve and provide excellent care.
The charity supports patients, staff and visitors to four hospitals – Hertford County, Lister, QEII and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre. They purchase equipment, fund medical research and undertake refurbishment projects that are in addition to the standard work of the NHS.
They rely on voluntary donations – from individuals and organisations – to fund their work. If you would like more information about the charity, have an idea for a fundraising activity or event, or would simply like some fundraising inspiration, contact a member of the charity team today.
Registered Number 1031413
Every day, we match incredible individuals willing to donate their blood stem cells or bone marrow to people with blood cancer and blood disorders who desperately need lifesaving transplants.
It all began in 1974. With her three-year-old son Anthony in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant, Shirley Nolan set up the world’s first register to match donors with people in desperate need.
Now, our charity helps three people each day find that lifesaving match. But without you, there is no cure.
Registered Number 803716
In fond memory of a very kind friend
Mrs Jacqueline Hazelwood
Thanks for the memories Mike. You certainly were a character. You will be sadly missed.
Mrs Rosemary Collard
So sorry to hear of your loss. My family has known Michael for many years through the race nights he organised. We were lucky enough to have him as toast master at our wedding a few years ago. Will be much missed.
Mrs Maria King
In fond memory of a real character Warwick & Karen
Mr Warwick Newbury
My sincere condolences to Michael's family. He will be greatly missed by his neighbours and friends.
Ms Janet Wickham
Thinking of you, with Best Wishes Richard & Amanda Burlend
Mr & Mrs Amanda & Richard Burlend
You did so much for your community and continue to do so. It was a pleasure to know you. Sarah Towns
Mrs Sarah Towns
Michael gave so much to the local community, both voluntarily and also in his work. To me his greatest achievement was in setting up Gt Dunmow & District Round Table in the 1960s, a voluntary organisation that has done so much both physically and financially for Great Dunmow and its environs. I was a member of Round Table for 10 years in the 1970s, and it was a joy to see Michael supporting and guiding Gt Dunmow RT, and to ensure that the cost of functions was kept to a minimum! Michael was also a personal friend who always showed an interest in my family, and keen to know what the children, now in their 50s, were doing, and was delighted when my son joined Gt Dunmow RT. Michael will be sorely missed by his family and the local community.
Dr Peter Graves