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This page has information about ways that communities can raise money for the Royal Hospital.
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"Community Fundraisers - reflecting the spirit of R Charity"
What you can do
Probably our most enthusiastic fundraisers are those who are from the local community. They know the Royal see the value of the new hospital to their neighbours, their family and friends and maybe one day, themselves.
There are lots of ways to raise funds for R Charity, whether it be at work, with friends and family, on your own or in a group. However you raise it, will we do eveything we can to make sure every pound that you raise will make a difference to the lives of our patients. Take a look through these ideas
Do your own fundraising
There are lots of easy ways you can raise money to help us improve the lives of our patients, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
A cake sale, quiz, a party or a walk ? Your event can be just about anything, and our community fundraising team are on hand to support you.
We have a number of fundraising committees made up of dedicated people who give up some of their valuable spare time to support our cause. Together they organise a range of fabulous events for us every year.
The Royal Liverpool Hospital is at the heart of Merseyside and so as part of that community we would love you to get involved. Whatever you decide to do, you can be certain that your support and dedication will go a very long way to helping improve the treatment and care for many in Merseyside and beyond.
Get some inspiration
If you need some help deciding on an event to take part in or organise, you can have a look at our A-Z of fundraising ideas to help you decide how you can support R Charity here.
I know what I want to do
Perhaps you have already decided what event you would like to do? If so, please just fill out the ask the team form on this page and one of the team will be in touch.
Or you can call the team on 0151 706 3153
Fundraise in your school, society, club or group
Is your school, society, club or group considering fundraising for R Charity? We love working with schools, groups and associations within the community; whether you are a member of a Rotary club, a WI, a local club, or a school, please get in touch. We’d love to come and talk to you about the difference that our appeal will make to our new hospital and it’s patients and their families
To arrange for one of our team to come a talk to you, or if you require some further information about R Charity and our appeal, please get in touch by filling in the Ask the Team form here or by phoning us on 0151 706 3153
Play The Weekly Lottery
Play our new weekly lottery for a chance to win an amazing £25,000 plus many other cash prizes. At the same time you’ll be helping towards the transformation of services within our new Royal for millions of patients and their families.
Every £1 line that you play goes towards our £10 million New Hospital Appeal to save more lives and make each patient stay or visit a positive and supportive experience.
Holding a collection is a fun, easy and fantastic way to raise money for R Charity and our appeal.
Whether you would like to volunteer at one of our planned supermarket collections, organise your own collection in a supermarket or place of your choice, or take a collection box, we would love to hear from you.
Street and town centre collections are a great way to fundraise and promote the R Charity brand. If you would like to help and volunteer your time, please email the fundraising team here with your details.
If you would like to organise a collection in a public place, you will need to obtain a licence from the local authority in question, so please get in contact with us so that we can help you organise this. You can do this by filling in our Ask the Team form here or by phoning us on 0151 706 3153
Private Collections in places where you only need to obtain permission from the land owner is a great way to raise money for R Charity. Our suggestions would be places like supermarkets, shopping centres, concert halls or theatres and sporting venues like football, rugby and cricket grounds.
Static collection tins and boxes
We have a selection of tins and boxes here in the office all waiting for homes in places like businesses, shops, restaurants, community places and pubs etc. If you would like a tin or know someone or somewhere that would take one for us, please get in touch.
If you would like to organise a collection somewhere, or take one of our collection tins or boxes, please fill in our Ask the Team form here or phone the team on 0151 706 3153 to speak to someone who can help.
R Penny Appeal
R Penny Appeal has been running since 2009, so far raising just over £45k for our new hospital appeal. We need your help to raise 10 million pennies…
It would be amazing to pack our pots full to the brim with pennies, but silver, pounds and notes are also very welcome! If we pack each pot with at least £3, that’s around 33,000 pots, £5, 20.000 pots, £10, only 10,000 pots…So, grab yours now...quick!!!
R Penny Appeal supporters come from far and wide from IOM and Jersey to Liverpool. They bring their pots back every 6-12 months when they come for their check-up, send a cheque, or contact us for collection.
We have the tins and the pots…if you have some pennies, or you think that you could help us to fill one of our pots, please contact us via the Ask the Team form here or email the fundraising team here for your pot or tin. Alternatively you can call 0151 706 3153 or just pop along to the fundraising office in the foyer of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Prescot Street, L7 8XP.
Volunteering – Become a Hospital Hero
Volunteering at the Hospital is a self-less and charitable act. Find out more about what our volunteers do and how to volunteer here.
Types of community fundraising
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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.