Be part of the plan for vital staff spaces
Support the wellbeing of our local hospital teams and the future of our healthcare today.
The Covid-19 pandemic has placed Barnet, Chase Farm, and the Royal Free Hospitals under unprecedented pressure. It has brought the wellbeing of our healthcare professionals into sharper focus, and has highlighted a critical need for staff-only breakout space across our hospital sites. With your powerful support, we can kickstart our impactful programme of renovation work, giving our hospital teams the space they need to rest, recuperate, and perform at their very best.
The past year has undoubtedly been one of the most challenging in our NHS’s history. Our staff have worked around the clock to deliver the best possible care to patients and their families.
After 18 months on the frontline, fatigue, anxiety, and difficulty processing workplace worries remain key concerns.
Our staff require more physical space to enable them to have the headspace they need to work at their best. Though we have already been at the forefront of providing rest areas, there is still further to go to make sure all our teams have somewhere to recharge and look after their wellbeing.
With your help, we can forge ahead with our strategic programme of renovation work. Whether providing the chance to speak with an empathetic colleague after a challenging shift, or the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful meal, these spaces will make a transformational difference to the daily experience of our staff.
Other ways to donate
If you’re having problems donating, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 020 7317 7772
You can also donate through post, by sending a cheque to:
Royal Free Charity
The Pears Building
London NW3 2PP
Please make cheques payable to “Royal Free Charity” and please send in an accompanying letter with your contact details. Your donation will be used where the need is greatest. However, if you would like to give to a specific appeal or fund, please mention this in your letter.