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Philanthropy

Our hospital will be a world-leading hub for children’s healthcare. With a holistic approach, new technology and life-changing knowledge shared across the globe, we will treat children far beyond our walls.

Zofeya having a picnic in a forest with her family

To do this, we need your help. Philanthropy will play a unique role in realising the vision for children’s healthcare in a whole new way.

The UK Government has committed £100 million towards Cambridge Children’s Hospital. By matching this with philanthropic support, we can realise the potential and opportunity of this pioneering hospital.

From the bricks and mortar of this new building, through to the clinical care, ground-breaking research and state-of-the-art equipment, philanthropic support will have a transformative impact.

Philanthropists will be part of a community who are making the Cambridge Children’s Hospital vision a reality. This is a unique and rewarding opportunity to build the foundations for transformative children’s healthcare.

Campaign launched to raise £100m

Our campaign to raise £100 million for Cambridge Children's Hospital was officially launched in March 2021.

Fundraising campaign launched for Cambridge Children's
Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health supports the launch of our fundraising campaign

Watch the video of the campaign launch here

To find out more please contact:

Gaby Sumner, Campaign Director
gaby.sumner@act4addenbrookes.org.uk

Jessica Reihanifam, Senior Associate Director, Children’s Health University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations
jessica.reihanifam@admin.cam.ac.uk

Gemma Downham, Director of Capital Campaigns, Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust
gemma.downham@act4addenbrookes.org.uk

A Whole New Way brochure

We hope you will be inspired to join us to be part of something truly ground-breaking.

Learn more about how to rewrite the future with us.

Watch our story video

Watch our story video

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TD6Xa2jtkpU

Narrated by Stephen Fry and featuring children and young people who have been treated by Cambridge University Hospital and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. Thank you to Max, Alex, Zofeya, Max, Phoebe and Jasmine for sharing their stories.