Leaving a lasting legacy: Nicola’s story

Nicola Whitehill was diagnosed with diffuse systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) and Raynaud’s in 1997. Nicola campaigns tirelessly to raise awareness of scleroderma, a rare autoimmune condition that affects the skin and connective tissue. In this blog written to mark World Scleroderma Day, Nicola explains why she’s […]

Read More

Cat’s climb for cancer

Cat is a senior sister in the oncology department at the Royal Free Hospital. Over the last year she has seen first hand the resilience of both staff and the patients visiting every day. “With these moments still vivid in my mind, I feel compelled […]

Read More

Cycling to say thank you

We’d like to congratulate and give thanks to Gary Colet, who has completed a second fundraiser in aid of the Royal Free Charity. Together with friend Jeff Ward, from Mill Hill in north west London, he cycled 52.4 miles – the distance of the London […]

Read More

A close shave for cancer care

Long-time supporter Ranjan Chowda is planning to shave her hair off to mark her 75th birthday this month to raise money for cancer care at Barnet Hospital. Ranjan, a Ugandan refugee of South Indian descent, came to the UK in 1972 after being forced to […]

Read More