Trusts and grants
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This page has information about how we work with charitable trusts and other grant makers.
Who helps us?
R Charity has received grants from Charitable Trusts and Foundation who have an interest in the new Royal and the patients and families we serve.
Working with us
We are always pleased to discuss our plans with any potential funder to see how our outcomes fit with the aims and objectives of the Trust.
We are particularly keen to develop strategic partnerships with grant funders so that together we can share a journey and the funder can bring their expertise to the project.
The new Royal will be a flagship NHS hospital at the cutting edge of research and patient care and treating a wide range of patients and conditions.
Please do not hesitate to contact Ged Simpson, Grants and Trusts Fundraising Manager for an initial chat and perhaps we can explore our common aims and dreams.
If you would like to find out more you can email Ged here or call 0151 706 3099
If you have any questions, please email the Fundraising Team here or phone us on 0151 706 3153.
R Charity : a registered charity
R Charity (Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Charitable Funds) is a registered charity, charity number 1047988. Registration with the Charity Commission means we must maintain clear accounting records and prepare annual accounts. We must also prepare a trustees’ annual report to accompany our accounts. This is very important to us as it ensures all our activities and finances are transparent and scutinized by the Charity Commission as well as a independent auditor.
Details of the charity can be found on the Charity Commission website here. Simply click on the Search for a Charity page and then enter the charity number (1047988) into the Charity Search Box and you will be guided to the R Charity details.