Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals' Charity exists to enhance the facilities, and provide equipment that is above and beyond what the NHS can currently provide.
Our patients come from the boroughs of Runnymede, Spelthorne, Woking and parts of Elmbridge, Hounslow, Surrey Heath and beyond.
We are proud to have been rated as one of the most efficient NHS Trusts in the country and in 2018 have again been rated as GOOD by the Care Quality Commission.
In these worrying times, the generosity of people and businesses from our community has been truly amazing. We are so grateful for all of the contributions and donations that have been made to support our staff.
We are making arrangements to ensure these donations reach the team and vulnerable members of our community; so that you can be sure your generosity is really being put to good use.
We don’t want anyone to put themselves at risk in order to support us, so here are a few pointers if you want to help ... find out more
Our Fundraising Goal
Our fundraising activity has one aim - to enhance our patients' experience in hospital and to provide additional pieces of medical equipment that is above an beyond what the NHS can currently provide. We pride ourselves in ensuring that our donors are given advice about what their donation will be used for, and helping them through the process.
If you are interested in fundraising for us please get in touch at the same email address or phone 01932 726585.
Thank you from us.
Give a Wishlist Gift
Our team at St. Peter’s hospital has created a carefully thought out Wish List of toys that will distract and amuse children while they wait to get better and return home.
If you would like to help visit our Amazon Wish List page.
Volunteer, Sue Morris and a team of collaborators have been knitting octopuses for the neonatal unit at Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals to help premature babies. Sue said: "We are a group of people who crochet and knit little octopuses and jellyfish to comfort babies who decided to come into the world a little earlier than expected." ... read more.