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.
Generous donations meant that we could give a gift to all young and older patients. This included an incredible £24,000 from The Corinthia St George’s Bay Hotel in Malta.
This Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month we revisit the PROTECTOR study. This study aims to find a better way to treat women at risk of ovarian cancer.
Barts Charity has awarded a grant of £325,000 to better understand why more people from East London communities have not participated in the national Covid-19 vaccine programme.
A new Children's Environmental Assessment Service is set to open at the Royal London Hospital in 2023, funded by Barts Charity.
We hear from Staff Nurse Chanelle at The Royal London Hospital about her experience of the Psychological Support Service. The service has been set up thanks to Covid-19 Emergency Appeal donations.
We’ve upgraded staff facilities across the five hospitals we support as part of a £4.5m staff wellbeing package, made possible by our generous supporters.
To mark the second anniversary of the first UK lockdown, we’re reflecting on the impact of our Emergency Covid-19 Appeal and the £4.5 million staff wellbeing support package.
Thanks to generous donors to our Covid-19 emergency appeal, we’ve created a wellbeing hub at each hospital for staff to relax, as part of a £4.5m wellbeing package.
For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Dr Michelle Lockley from the Barts Cancer Institute answers questions about ovarian cancer.
Barts Charity has awarded nearly £500,000 to investigate adaptive therapy, a personalised approach to ovarian cancer treatment.