Hospital Fundraising

Appeal for Hospital’s Construction and Health Care equipment’s 

The Hospital will deals with over 200,000 patient visits every year.

We want to support the hospital with your support by funding the purchase of medical equipment, construction materials. This will able the clinical and research teams to take advantage of advances in medical science and technology to deliver better care to families.

We want to support the hospital with your support by funding the purchase of medical equipment, construction materials. This will able the clinical and research teams to take advantage of advances in medical science and technology to deliver better care to families.

All your Donations will allow the hospital to buy equipment, fund research and provide better facilities that would otherwise be unaffordable under the developing countries Rural as well Urban.

Payroll giving is one of the easiest, most tax efficient ways of making a regular donation to Our HealthAid & EducationAid Projects.

Donations made through this scheme are taken from your salary before tax, meaning that your donation will cost you up to 50 per cent less. The taxman then pays the rest, so payroll giving really is the gift that gives twice!. Sign up today and help us remain a truly need of hospitals and Medical University and a great place of hope for our all ages patients.

This is your decision that can give as much or as little as you like. By asking with you can find out either your employer is registered with this scheme or not. Even this donation you can stop any time when you want.

Donate in Memory

A great chance to always memorised special one by sponsor Hospital Room

Your friends and family to jointly raise money in memory of someone special, online and offline, and for this to be reflected in one on-going fund named after your loved one. Raised in memory will help treatment of many families in Rural Areas.

  • Construction of Room with someone special name: £5000fridges Donating Wheelchair: £750

  • Pharmacy Fridges
    544 Litres Pharmacy Fridge with Solid Door
    1745mm (H) x 750mm (W) x 700mm (D): £2,485.00

  • Lab Fridges
    Laboratory Fridge 441 Litres
    1688mm (H) x 685mm (W) x 910mm (D): £2,675.00

  • Super Freezers -30°C to -45°C
    Super freezer 375 Litres
    860mm (H) x 1500mm (W) x 735mm (D): £2,125.00

  • Ward Fridge
    Ward Refrigerator 275 Litres
    1550mm (H) x 595mm (W) x 600mm (D): £607.00

Donate now

How this Scheme works

This table shows how giving through your salary each month can really add up for the charity

Employee’s give to Charity Actual cost to a standard rate tax payer (20 per cent) Actual cost to higher rate tax payer (40 per cent) Actual cost to a high rate tax payer (45 per cent)
£5 £4 £3 £2.5
£10 £8 £6 £5
£20 £16 £12 £10

 Sponsor a Patient check your life, but not your freedom!

Even the smallest sums could grow to tidy sums, to buy vital equipment for the hospital:

  • £25 could buy a toy specially designed for aged peoples and families.
  • £60 could purchase a machine to measure.
  • £71 could buy a pain relief machine.
  • £125 could house a parent with their child for one week.
  • £1,650 could buy an oximeter to monitor oxygen levels in the blood.

Gift Aid Scheme

By donating with Gift Aid declaration a unique way to support our HealthAid Project

Gift Aid is a government scheme which enables registered charities in the United Kingdom to claim the tax back from the HMRC on donations, if you are currently a UK taxpayer and you fill out a Gift Aid declaration when you make a donation, we can claim back 25p for every £1 that you donate. Once you have signed your Gift Aid declaration it is valid for all gifts in the future, and for any gifts you have made to us in the four years prior to signing the declaration.

Thousands of Patients will come through the doors of the hospital every year.

Many will come with complex conditions, sometimes life threatening and in need of specialist care and pioneering treatments.

With your help we can give hope to the Patients and their families and continue to make Hospital the special place that it is.

  • £10 - could buy a large tin of paint to help us decorate the walls and ceilings of a new built ward
  • £20 - could buy four special neonatal masks, small and delicate enough to fit a Patient face
  • £35 - could help towards the cost of anoperating microscope for one of our surgical theatres
  • £50 - could pay for five nights up keep for one of our patient accommodation rooms
  • £100 - a great big gift like this could buy four gifts specially adapted for the older peoples to help with their rehabilitation
  • £500 - a respiration monitor to track a Patients breathing

Support us to regular giving

By setting up a regular gift today you can help make a difference to the lives of thousands of Patients and their families at HealthAid Projects

How you could help!

  • £5 - could buy a special neonatal mask, small and delicate enough to fit a new patient face.
  • £35 - could help towards the cost of an operating microscope for one of our surgical theatres.
  • £100 - this could buy four gifts specially adapted for old age to help with their rehabilitation.
  • £500 - could buy a respiration monitor to track a patients breathing.
  • £10- could pay for two neonatal masks to help patients

Where your money goes

In Advance Thanks to all our kinds supporters to support thousands of Patients in Developing Countries through our World’s Local Charity. We are raise money to enable Our Non-profit Charity to provide Health Aid for its Rural Areas patients and their families.

  1. Developing Hospitals and Medical Universities in Developing Countries’ Rural and Urban Areas.
  2. Will purchasing the most up-to-date health equipment
  3. By providing accommodation and other support services for needy families in Developing Countries.
  4. Helping Patients families who need really help in expenses

Instant Donations

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News Update

Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


Targetted Problem

  • 1 child dying every 4 seconds
  • 14 children dying every minute
  • A 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day
  • A 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days 
  • A 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days
  • An Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days
  • Just under 7.6 million children dying every year
  • Some 92 million children dying between 2000 and 2010 


Cause of Death

  • 1.4 Billion People Live in Poverty.
  • 72 million children are out of school in developing countries.
  • 57% of them are girls in world’s developing countries.
  • 101 million children are not attending primary school.
  • 10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5.
  • 22 million infants are not protected from diseases.
  • 4 million new-borns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
  • 500,000 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 1.4 million die each year no access to safe drinking water.
  • 1.6 billion people live without electricity/Gas


Number of people living without electricity/gas

  • Region - Millions without electricity
  • South Asia - 706
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - 547
  • East Asia - 224
  • Other - 101


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