Velindre Cancer Centre is the largest non-surgical hospital in Wales providing radiotherapy, chemotherapy and other specialised anti cancer treatments for over half the people of Wales. They carry out ground breaking research into Breast, Bowel, Head & Neck and Lung cancers, to name a few, and have been providing care and support to cancer patients and their families for over 50 years.

St Ann’s Hospice is Manchester’s largest hospice providing care and support to people with a range of life limiting conditions.
They provide care through their inpatient service and also through day therapy services caring for over 3000 patients and their families each year. They deliver care which is special and unique to each individual person across three sites and in people’s own homes. They work in partnership with acute hospitals, primary care trusts, community services and voluntary organisations. Their care is free of charge so they have to raise £16,000 every single day so their specialised staff can continue to provide the highest quality of care.

Nottingham Children’s Hospital cares for more than 60,000 young people every year. Children from across the Midlands are treated for everything from cancer to leukaemia, kidney disease, organ transportation to life-long acute respiratory problems and broken bones.

Nottingham Hospitals Charity launched The Big Appeal, with the aim of raising £3 million by 2018 to help to transform children’s care and research new treatments.