About the RNOH Charity
The Charity’s mission is to strengthen and support the people, research and infrastructure that make the RNOH one of the world’s best orthopaedic hospitals.
The RNOH Charity is passionate about patients at RNOH having an outstanding experience as they rebuild their lives, both physically and mentally.
The Charity makes grants over and above what the NHS can provide, which go towards pioneering research, state-of-the-art buildings and equipment, and patient and staff well-being services.
The RNOH Charity is very proud to have awarded more than £4 million in grants between 2019 and 2022.
Its four main goals are:
1) Enhancing the patient experience;
2) Improving the staff experience;
3) Creating a world-class facility;
4) Investing in medical research.
Making the impossible possible
The Charity has launched a new campaign, called Impossible Possible to raise more than £1 million this year to continue to support the hospital’s visionary plans.
RNOH has been doing the impossible for over 100 years by rebuilding people’s lives when they face complex orthopaedic conditions or injury.
They’re doing things that no other hospital can. That’s what makes the hospital extraordinary. But being extraordinary needs extra investment.
Together with our ongoing funding towards the volunteer service, staff wellbeing, cutting- edge equipment and much-needed redevelopment projects, some exciting new projects include:
- State-of-the art imaging equipment in the Hospital’s operating theatres, enabling surgeons to see in far greater detail, while prioritising patient safety and comfort;
- Transforming the spinal cord injury centre’s day room;
- Continuing with pioneering research and development that benefits patients’ experience.
Support RNOH Charity
Your valued contribution will go towards our vital work, strengthening and supporting RNOH. As a national and international centre of excellence, each year the RNOH treats more than 150,000 patients of all ages with complex orthopaedic conditions, including spinal cord injuries, bone cancer, scoliosis, and acute hip and knee problems.
How to donate
To make a donation
Call us on 020 8909 5362 to make a donation over the phone.
Send a cheque made payable to 'RNOH Charity' to:
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
Registered Charity Number 1166129
You can also donate online here.
If you would like further information about giving, organising or participating in sponsored events for the benefit of RNOH, or any other aspect of fundraising, please visit the RNOH Charity website or contact our fundraising office on 020 8909 5362 or rnoh.
Take part in an event
Take part in one of the many challenge events we have signed up to and you'll help fund projects that touch the lives of thousands of patients and their families. From triathlons to novelty runs to treks, we have hundreds of events for you to choose from. Whatever you choose to do, our fundraising team will be there to support you. Find out more about challenge events.
Each spring the RNOH Charity hold their annual Buttercup event. Click to find out more and our plans for 2023.
Purchase one of our unique hand-made porcelain Buttercups.
Organise your own event
From cake sales, to bike rides or quizzes, we will be there to support you through your event. Click for more ideas on how to get started.
To find out more download our Fundraising pack.
Whether it’s your nursery, school, college or university – get involved and help raise money for the RNOH. From organising your own event to taking part in our Buttercup Day or even selecting us as your Charity of the Year, there are numerous ways in which you and your pupils can help the RNOH.
To find out more download our Schools Fundraising Pack
Whatever the size of your company, or the level of support you are able to offer, we want to hear from you. From raising money for research projects, vital equipment, and essential facilities, you can help us transform many lives.
Contact us rnoh.
There’s lots more information on our Charity website about how you can get involved and support RNOH’s life-changing treatment and care for people with orthopaedic conditions.
Keep in touch
Charitable support is vital to enhance RNOH’s work and from time to time the hospital will contact past patients, asking if they would like to hear more from the RNOH Charity. Patients have an opportunity to ‘opt-in’ to receiving news and updates from the Charity by returning a permission slip.
If you would rather we did not use your name and address for the purposes of our Charity (including creating a profile of your interests and preferences so as to ensure this information is best used and you are not contacted unless it seems appropriate to do so) please contact:
email@example.com or telephone 020 8909 5362.
The RNOH Charity
Fundraising and Development Office
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital