Fundraising and Communications

Alice Reynolds, Interim Director of Fundraising & Communications

Alice spent over 20 years working with charities, major donors, philanthropists and grantmakers, as a fundraising director and consultant, across a range of sectors in the UK and internationally including health, education, and social justice. Recent organisations include the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE), Young Epilepsy and The Campaign to End Loneliness.

Alice brings a wealth of experience in philanthropy, working with trustees, developing campaign boards, and playing leadership roles on fundraising campaigns. In addition, her expertise includes transformation, strategy, governance, planning and operational delivery, leading high-performance teams, partnerships, marketing, and communications. She has completed an MSc in Philanthropy, Grantmaking and Social Investment from Bayes Business School, London, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.

Alice said: "I’m very much looking forward to working with the talented team at St George’s Hospital Charity to build the profile and accelerate the growth of the organisation’s ambitious and exciting fundraising plans including the Children’s Appeal, Time for a Change."

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Sarah Bateson, Senior Philanthropy & Partnerships Manager (Maternity Cover)

Sarah is delighted to be with St George Hospital Charity and is looking forward to focusing on leading a wonderful team of experienced high value fundraisers.

Philanthropy and corporate partnerships are at the heart of Sarah’s focus and experience and  very happy to help in anyway she can

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Lisa Condon, Senior Philanthropy and Partnerships Manager (on Maternity Leave)

Lisa works with our major donors and loves seeing the incredible difference their gifts make to St George’s patients and staff. Their stories and reasons for supporting amaze her every single day!



Judi Gasser, Philanthropy Manager (Trusts)

Judi seeks funding from Trusts, Foundations and Lottery funders. Judi joined the charity to give back to St George's as it's her local hospital and has treated her and family and friends over the years.


Daniel Corkhill, Philanthropy Manager (Major Gifts)

Daniel joined St George’s in February 2023 and has lived in the local area for the last two years.

Daniel is passionate about philanthropy and enjoys working with major donors to ensure their giving has maximum impact. He has been a fundraiser for over eight years with roles at Lancaster University, Imperial College London and University of Cambridge.

Chloe Roberts, Community and Events Fundraising Manager

Chloe is a Community and Events Fundraising Manager, specifically looking after our local corporates, schools, faith groups and community groups and overseeing our Challenge events. She loves working at St George's because you really get to see the amazing community support of the NHS and help contribute to the great care that makes a huge difference in people’s lives.

Emma Long, Partnerships Officer

On joining the Charity Emma said: “This is my first role in the charity sector, I come with 12 years of experience in retail buying and product development.

“After a few years of volunteering and getting involved with charitable causes in the workplace, I wanted to make the jump into the charity sector and work towards really making a difference.

“I am really excited to use my corporate head office experience and creativity to build corporate partnerships for St George's Hospital Charity, and to see first-hand the impact that the charity has on patients, staff and the community.”

Katie Garner, Digital Communications and Marketing Officer

Katie is the Digital Communications and Marketing Officer, looking after the social media, producing content, managing the website, as well as managing the relationship between the Charity and the Trust comms. She loves working for St George’s because it’s a great opportunity to make the lives of our NHS heroes easier and help provide a better experience and care for the patients at St George’s.

Frances Jones, Special Events Fundraising Officer

Frances joined the Charity in September 2023.

Nikhar Azmat, Events Fundraising Officer (Maternity Cover)

On joining the Charity Nikhar said: “After being diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago, at the age of 24, everything changed.

“The way I look at the world. I went through so much and I wouldn’t want anyone to be in that position. This is my motivation to work at St George’s Hospital Charity. I want to give back and help in any way I can so that everyone gets the best treatment and support they deserve!

“I think our events and challenges are the best way to contribute and have fun at the same time. I’m excited to be a part of #TeamGeorges, and I’m looking forward to supporting our fundraisers.” 

Samuel Vos, Supporter Care Coordinator

Sam is the Supporter Care Coordinator overseeing and processing every donation that comes into the charity and liaising with colleagues across departments to ensure the funds are distributed efficiently. He loves working at St George's because of the great team atmosphere and shares everyone's desire to make a difference.

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Looking for funding?

No idea is too big or small. If it could improve the lives of our patients, their families or our staff, we'd love to hear about it. 

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