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.
Patient Chris was two hours from death after a bleed on his brain. Now he’s giving back to the Royal London Hospital staff who saved his life, through his fundraiser for the NHS’ 75th birthday.
Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University London have unveiled plans for an Academic Centre for Healthy Ageing in the UK – hosted at Whipps Cross Hospital in Leytonstone – to improve the quality of life for millions of people in London
Research funded by Barts Charity, conducted at Queen Mary University of London and St Bartholomew's Hospital, has identified a gene variant that causes a common type of high blood pressure (known as hypertension) and proposes a cure which could help many people currently going undiagnosed.
YourStance is a programme where nurses and doctors teach life saving skills to young people at the greatest risk of serious youth violence. YourStance received funding from Barts Charity in 2019 thanks to a gift from the Charles S French Charitable Trust.
Joanne Selby is running the London Marathon in memory of her mother Beryl, who was treated for bone and spine cancer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital for two years.
Hospital staff, dementia, cancer, gynaecological patients and more set to benefit from our new Everyday Impact funding scheme.
Sarah’s sister Cara has formed a super team of Sarah’s closest to run the London Landmarks Half Marathon in aid of Barts Charity.
In 2021, Barts Charity awarded Dr Michelle Lockley of Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London, nearly £500,000 to investigate a new personalised treatment approach for ovarian cancer.
In 2018, we gave £6.8 million to modernise and expand the unit, creating a physical environment to match the high standard of care on offer.
As a result of a surge in laughing gas abuse experienced in East London, researchers from the Barts Charity-funded Preventive Neurology Unit (Centre for Preventive Neurology as of September 2023) based at the Royal London Hospital, have published new treatment guidelines for wider NHS use.