Incredible things happen at St George’s Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital and throughout community services every day.
We work in partnership with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, St George’s, University of London and our local community to fund major improvements to hospital facilities, research and medical equipment, schemes that make a real difference to the experience patients, families and staff, as well as projects within the community that support the reduction of health inequalities and preventable hospital admissions.
Underpinning all our activity is our organisational commitment to deliver better care and healthier lives and our determination to put patients first, be collaborative, to listen, make an impact and be responsive.
Better care, healthier lives.
We work to improve the experience of patients, families, staff and the wider community served by the Trust.
Priority beneficiaries of our vital work are:
- Projects that enhance patient experience, welfare, therapy and rehabilitation
- Major development projects agreed with the Trust
- Medical equipment priorities of the Trust beyond those that can be funded by the NHS
- Supporting research with impact
We encourage top quality healthcare services at St. George's and Queen Mary's Hospitals by raising awareness, generating increased funds, and making grants available for initiatives which support and supplement the work of the NHS Trust, making a real difference to patients and staff.
We award grants from Special Purpose (Restricted and Designated) Funds and from General Funds. Grants are typically divided into two types: capital grants - which are given to support a single project or purchase and are generally larger in size; and non-capital grants, including research projects - which are generally smaller in size and often repeated in subsequent years.