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Becoming a corporate partner of our charity is a great opportunity to support over 200,000 people.  That is the number of people Airedale Hospital and its community services care for every single year; and that number keeps on growing.  It is a lot of people – an entire community.  Your community.  

Becoming a corporate partner of Airedale Hospital & Community Charity offers a unique opportunity to help your local hospital provide the best possible care for local people right now and for many years to come.

Whether it’s a one-off event, a commercial opportunity or employee fundraising and engagement you can be certain that we will work closely with you to develop the perfect partnership to help Airedale.

You can join us by contacting the team by calling 01535 294870 or you can send us an email at anhsft.charity@nhs.net.

Airedale Charity is excited to be working with Ultimate (Commercial Interiors) Ltd, a commercial interior company based locally in Cross Hills, to renovate Airedale’s pacer train carriage (won in a competition run by the Department for Transport).

Ultimate are innovative fit-out, furniture, design and consultancy specialists who create visually stunning and high-quality interiors. They will be designing and fitting out the pacer carriage to create a unique space where our young patients can go to rest and play games, away from the clinical setting of the hospital.

Visit the Ultimate website here.

We’re delighted to have been selected to be part of the Co-op Community Fund this year. 

Download the Co-op app or sign up to become a member online and choose Airedale Hospital & Community Charity as your cause.

When you become a member, each time you buy selected Co-op branded products and services, 2p for every pound spent goes to you and the same comes to your chosen cause.

Visit membership.coop.co.uk/causes/73086 to view our cause.

Ben Rhydding Golf Club has chosen us as their charity partner for 2023!

Andy Williams, Captain of Ben Rhydding Golf Club, has decided to support Airedale Hospital & Community Charity for the duration of his captaincy.

The club has a range of events planned to raise funds including regular quiz nights and a charity golf day.

Andy said:
“I chose Airedale Hospital and Community Charity as supporting a local charity is important to me. I’m really pleased to be doing this for a great local cause.”

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Meritec Limited, a technology, software and services company, based locally in Skipton, have supported Airedale Hospital and Community Charity throughout the past couple of years. 

Meritec have provided Airedale NHS Foundation Trust with electrical items, such as TVs, microwaves and kettles, which have been hugely appreciated by members of staff.

Visit the Meritec website here.