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 […]

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Volunteering role leads to dream job

One time volunteer, Beata Mocko, explains how giving her time at the hospital gained her the skills, confidence and support she needed to land her new role as hostess at Barnet Hospital (BH). When Beata started volunteering at BH in December 2019, she was looking […]

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Live virtual event – HIV then and now

Please join us for our next virtual event from RFC Presents, ‘HIV then and now’, a talk by Professor Margaret Johnson who was a consultant on the acclaimed Channel 4 series It’s A Sin. Millions of people tuned into It’s a Sin, about how the […]

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Just wanted to say Happy Easter!

Hundreds of eggs arrived at Barnet Hospital last week as a local care home observed a now three-year tradition of bringing Easter cheer to patients. Staff from Carlton Court, Cuffley Manor & Cooperscroft, all part of the TLC group, brought the eggs, which were provided […]

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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 […]

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Laura’s been to the skies and back, and so can you!

Now’s your chance to sign up for the NHS’s birthday skydive! Find out why Laura Nelson recommends it…highly! A few years ago, Laura Nelson took to the skies by taking part in one of our fundraising skydiving events to raise money for the hospital that […]

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Charity Recreation Club reinvents itself again

The Royal Free Charity’s Recreation Club has once again re-purposed itself because of challenges posed by the pandemic, opening last Friday (January 15) as a community vaccination hub. The hub, currently run by local GPs, will vaccinate up to 1,000 people a day, depending on […]

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Kitty sings for the charity

A cover version of a Duran Duran 1993 hit has been released by a local singer in  aid of the Royal Free Charity. The video of Ordinary World, which has been endorsed by Simon Le Bon, lead singer of the band, was released on 11 […]

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Donation delivers for hospital staff 

The food delivery company Deliveroo has given the RFC an amazing £100,000 to help us support the wellbeing of our hospitals’ staff. The money was donated by Deliveroo customers following a campaign by the company called Supporting the NHS. In all, the company has facilitated […]

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