Thanks to you, back in December we helped raise £1000 to help for Great Ormond Street, but this April we’ve got a much bigger mission in mind, and another hospital in need of our help.
With almost 10,000 children being treated by Evelina's Children's Hospital every year - it's place at the heart of Guy's and St Thomas' gives it an important position at the frontline of healthcare in Southwark. And with the NHS facing mighty funding cuts, Evelina's is struggling to access the facilities it needs to keep giving the help and care it gives our children. But to help them continue their life saving work, they need your help.
Alongside Southwark News, we’re aiming to raise £100,000 over the rest of 2013, to help the hospital. We know it’s ambitious, but with your support we know it’s possible.
And here's how you can help...
- We've added a donation option to our ticketing service so that when you purchase tickets for events on the Cable website you can donate £1.
- You can also donate any amount, at any time through the Virgin Money Giving website. Southwark News have their own page set up detailing exactly how the money will be used, how much they've already raised. It takes 2 minutes to donate so get clicking.
Click here to donate through the Virgin Money Giving website.