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.
Grateful patient Paul has overcome the odds to run a half marathon in support of his care team at The Royal London Hospital.
The Royal London Dental Hospital now has the latest digital technology to provide the very best in oral care to its patient population in East London thanks to £2.3m in funding from Barts Charity.
The Broomfield family’s generous legacy has supported renovations to the Gillian Hanson Diabetes Centre to ensure the best possible care for patients.
2023 is a big year for Barts Charity - it's the 900th anniversary of St Bartholomew's Hospital, and we're focusing our work on enabling life-changing improvements to health for the people of East London. To help with this, we've updated our brand.
New research finds that people from ethnic minority groups and socioeconomically deprived areas face higher risks of developing dementia. Funded by Barts Charity, the research is focused on better representing a diverse UK population.
This Breast Cancer Awareness month we’re shining a light on Dr Tamara Suaris and her important breast cancer research work.
In 2022, the Barts Health neuro-oncology service, who together with the Blizard Institute at Queen Mary University of London received £1.5m funding, was recognised as a Centre of Excellence by the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission.
A Really Goode Walk is a six-week fundraising adventure in autumn 2022. Supporter Julian Goode is walking coast-to-coast across all four countries of the UK to fundraise for Barts Charity.
Thanks to your donations, we’re proud to fund a much-needed home away from home relaxation space for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Aneeta set herself the challenge of knitting 100 hearts to provide comfort to both Covid-19 patients and their relatives during the pandemic.