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Support our NHS staff across Guy’s, St Thomas’ and Evelina London dealing with the urgent Coronavirus response
Support our Coronavirus Appeal
The coronavirus outbreak is like no other for Guy’s, St Thomas’ and Evelina London. The staff in our hospitals have been on the frontline of this coronavirus crisis from day one, going above and beyond on every shift to save lives.
Your donation to help #KeepUsAllGoing during this outbreak will support the wellbeing of the amazing staff in our hospitals throughout the coronavirus crisis. From assisting those facing financial hardship, to providing vital training and educational support for those treating patients infected by the virus.
Will you donate now to help #KeepUsAllGoing?
Regular and one-off giving
At Evelina London we treat children and young adults from across South London and south-east England.
As demand increases for our local healthcare services and national specialist clinical care, it's more important than ever to be able to fund new equipment, train staff and invest in innovative research programmes. We rely on your generous donations to provide life-saving care to more children, and support for their families.
Please note, due to the impact of novel coronavirus, we are unable to take any telephone calls or process any donations by telephone, for the immediate and foreseeable future. We are also unable to accept cheques or process postal forms during this period.
We do apologise for any inconvenience caused. We will keep you updated on any changes to this on our website. You can still donate by credit/debit card and/or make a regular gift by Direct Debit below. Thank you very much for your support. We hugely appreciate it.
Set up a monthly direct debit
Regular giving provides funding for some of the hospital's life-saving equipment and research so we can keep searching for even better treatments and ways to improve care.
Give £10, £25, £50 or more
A one-off donation helps provide comforts and experiences that can improve the hospital experience of our young patients.