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There are times when we need to raise funds for something really special. Creating an appeal means you can help us raise these funds and celebrate when we reach that target. 

Here are the special projects currently happening at Airedale Hospital & Community Charity:

Support our Airedale Emergency Department appeal

Our Airedale Emergency Department appeal aims to raise £150,000 to give some of the most important areas in the department some TLC. We want to raise funds to provide the added extras that will make a real difference to our patients, their families, and our community.

The appeal focuses on three main areas: the children’s waiting area, paediatric resuscitation area, and the department’s bereavement facilities.

To support our Emergency Department Appeal and help us reach our target, you can donate via the JustGiving link here. You can also make donations via cheque or in cash and bank transfer using the following reference: ED Appeal.

To find out how you can help or set up your own fundraising challenge, please contact our team on 01535 294870 or anhsft.charity@nhs.net.

Any funds remaining at the end of the appeal will continue to be used for the Emergency Department at Airedale General Hospital.

Donate to the ED Appeal

Support Airedale HODU

Haematology and Oncology Day Unit

HODU (Haematology and Oncology Day Unit) at Airedale hospital is where patients with cancer and other blood diseases are treated with chemotherapy.

You can support HODU directly by using the reference 339427 for bank transfers and on the reverse of cheques. Please visit our ways to donate page for information on how to send a bank transfer or cheque to us.

Donate here

Support the Airedale Baby & Child fund

The Airedale Baby & Child fund covers Paediatric services at Airedale hospital.  This includes the Childrens Unit, Neonatal Unit and Childrens Outpatients.

You can support the Airedale Baby & Child fund directly by using the reference 339410 for bank transfers and on the reverse of cheques. Please visit our ways to donate page for information on how to send a bank transfer or cheque to us.

Donate here

Support our Sunshine Sensory Project

The sunshine sensory project was established by a group of employees in the operating department at Airedale General Hospital in 2020.

Find out more here