Together we can make a difference: Cancer fundraiser honoured as charity ‘Hospital Hero’

Last week, local hospital charity Leeds Cares launched their new fundraising initiative, ‘Leeds Cares Hospital Heroes’ encouraging supporters to carry out long-term fundraising to support their local NHS hospitals. 28-year-old Lucy Guiry and her friend Kerry Yeo have been named one of the charities first ‘Hospital Heroes’ after pledging to take on as many…

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Together we can make a difference: Sponsor the Sparkle this Christmas and spread festive magic across Leeds Teaching Hospitals

Leeds Cares supports our local NHS hospitals in many ways to help add some sparkle for staff, patients and families in hospital this festive period. Many of our regular Christmas events cannot take place this year due to current government guidelines. Initiatives like toy deliveries for the Children’s Hospital and gift drop offs for…

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HELP CHILDREN IN LEEDS WITH CANCER AND GIVE UP CLOTHES FOR GOOD

People across Leeds are being urged to support TK Maxx’s Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, which raises vital funds for Cancer Research UK for Children & Young People. This September, show support and raise money for research into children’s and young people’s cancers by wearing a gold ribbon pin badge available from Cancer…

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Become a friend of Leeds Cares and support Leeds Teaching Hospitals

As the charity of Leeds Teaching Hospitals, we provide support for eight areas which include Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds Cancer Centre, St James’s University Hospital, Chapel Allerton Hospital, Seacroft Hospital, Wharfdale Hospital and Leeds Dental Institute. Our NHS hospitals in Leeds need you know more than ever before. Will you support…

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Support Hearts for Life and make a difference

Children’s Heart Surgery Fund (CHSF) are once again hoping to see a red wave across our region on February 7st to help support babies and children living with congenital heart disease (CHD). Your generosity can really mean the world to children and adults with congenital heart disease across Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. Whatever you…

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