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Poole Hospital serves a population of 500,000 – your friends, family and neighbours.
Poole Hospital Charity exists to fund provisions above and beyond what the NHS can offer, ensuring our patients get treated more quickly and comfortably.

Donations are used to purchase innovative equipment, fund award winning services, improve facilities and provide finishing touches which complement the existing high quality care.

It is the support of our community that makes our charity a success and our hospital a better place.

Poole Hospital Heroes

We’re proud of how our dedicated frontline workers are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. From doctors and nurses to porters and cleaners, they’ve all stepped up to support our community.

Many of you have generously said you want a way to thank them. The Poole Hospital Heroes fund is your way of showing your appreciation.

Your generous gift won’t be used to pay for equipment and services the government has committed to funding.

Instead we’ll use it to help boost staff morale. That might be providing a free brew, healthy snack or home comforts whilst they are away from their loved ones.

Supporting their mental health and well-being is vital during this unprecedented crisis.

Your donation will help our amazing staff get looked after as they look after our community.

Text POOLEHEROES 3 to 70085 to donate £3

Texts cost £3 plus one standard rate message

You can donate online or set up your own fundraiser here.

Donating items to Poole Hospital

We have been overwhelmed by the support and generosity of our local community during this difficult time. We are no longer able to accept physical donations and kindly ask that if you would like to support our Poole Hospital Heroes, you do so through donating to our fund. The fund exists to support the health and well-being to our staff now and over the coming months.

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Poole Hospital Charity

Poole Hospital Charity funds equipment and care above and beyond that provided by the NHS. The charity supports all the wards and departments across the Hospital. Thanks to the generosity and support of the local community, we have made a huge difference to the experience of thousands of patients. If you would like to hold an event for Poole Hospital Charity please contact the fundraising team. We will provide you with advice and support, assist with publicity. Other ways to help: Volunteer in our gift shop, book shop or at our events Have a pot in your shop or office Take on a challenge and raise sponsorship Donate books, raffle prizes, knitted or crafted items Become a corporate sponsor to help raise awareness and offer free services The fundraising office is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm Charity Number: 1058808
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
A MASSIVE good luck to our amazing fundraiser Phillipa Rolle Tuskin who takes on her epic challenge tomorrow, 190 miles around the Dorset Boundary in 100 hours.
You can hear Phillipa, live, on Radio Solent tomorrow at 7:15am and hear her story.
We'll all be routing for you!!
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
Join us on Sunday 5 July at 5pm for The Biggest Thank You Ever! download exclusive posters, recipes, decorations and more! #ThankYouTogether @Poole Hospital @NHS Charities Together
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
After completing 3 x 100 mile bike ride and 19 mile runs over 3 weeks, Jamie Dennis and his friend Elliot have decided to do this huge challenge again, but all in 1 day! All to raise money for Critical Care at Poole Hospital. Good luck guys and remember to hydrate.
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
Giancarlo Gambardella, along with close friend Darran Howard, are poised to complete a 200km cycle ride from the Royal London Hospital to Poole Hospital next month raising money for NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, which benefits all NHS hospital charities, including Poole Hospital Charity.
The pair will be cycling in their custom made jerseys from Gear Club sponsored and donated by Durden and Hunt International.
Giancarlo chose Poole Hospital as the end destination as his son spent a few days being cared for on the children’s unit after being admitted with an infection.
During the stay, Giancarlo saw how attentive, professional and kind the staff at Poole were and instantly realised how important the hospital’s services are.
For more information visit
Poole Hospital Charity
Poole Hospital Charity
Philip Richards, who suffers from Parkinsons, has made this beautiful rainbow rose as a thank you to all the staff at Poole Hospital. It is beautiful and proudly placed in the main reception