The Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (formerly Yorkhill Children’s Charity) will be collecting at Sunday’s Petrofac Training Cup Final.
Every year, 160,000 children from across Scotland and beyond are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.
Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (formerly Yorkhill Children’s Charity) sits at the heart of the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, raising money to ensure that Scotland’s children and their families have the best possible care and experience.
The charity has already funded over £5.5 million of enhancements to equipment and services at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital including:
• State-of-the-art medical equipment
• Family support services
• Innovative play programmes
• Pioneering paediatric research
Thanks to its supporters, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity has funded enhanced medical equipment to make the best even better for Scotland’s children including:
• The UK’s first 4D cardiac scanner to diagnose and treat heart conditions in children and unborn babies
• Portable theatre monitors to provide detailed monitoring of a child’s health from surgery to recovery
• £510,000 of neonatal equipment to help Scotland’s premature babies
• An enhanced MRI scanner to relax children and prevent the need for general anaesthetic
Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is delighted to have the support of the SPFL and wants to thank everyone for their continued support and generosity.
With your help, we can continue to ensure that the babies, children and young people treated at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital have the best possible care and experience.