With a grant of £850,000, we are continuing our commitment to supporting Barts Health NHS staff by funding a new staff recognition programme
Mum Treasa takes on a walking challenge and inspires friends to raise money for the people who saved her baby, Daithi.
A programme run by Barts Health cardiac staff to check the heart health of their colleagues has been nominated for two national NHS staff wellbeing awards
A beautiful new sculpture at The Royal London Hospital honours the amazing people who have saved the lives of others through organ donation.
The Precision Medicine Platform will bring patient data from across Barts Health NHS Trust, into one accessible resource to improve research and allow doctors to identify treatments according to individual circumstances.
Following a paragliding accident, Chester Mojay-Sinclare is taking part in the Swim Serpentine fundraising event to give back to The Royal London Hospital staff who saved his life.
After her husband Karl sadly passed away this year, Janet decided to take on Hike for Health with her daughter Ruby. They're fundraising to say thank you for his care.
A new study highlights the importance of a more inclusive approach to drug testing, to ensure that it is effective across different ethnicities.
In 2017, a Barts Charity-funded app helped save Lizzi’s life when her heart failed. Five years on, Lizzi is a Team GB cyclist with a World Championships medal under her belt.
Trevor’s world was turned upside down when his daughter Lizzi's organs failed five years ago. Now he’s fundraising for Barts Charity to give back to those who saved her life.
Suresh received life-changing treatment for rheumatoid arthritis through a clinical trial at Whipps Cross Hospital. Here’s what your support of clinical trials can do for the East London community.
Last year we awarded our highest ever amount of funding in a single year to support research and healthcare for the community of East London.