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UCL Hospitals Charitable Foundation supports key projects across all University College London Hospitals
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Lung Cancer accounts for 22% of all cancer deaths - help us to beat lung cancer
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Take part in our events for an experience of a lifetime!
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UCLH, situated in the heart of London, is one of the largest NHS trusts in the United Kingdom and provides first-class acute and specialist services in six hospitals.

UCL Hospitals Charitable Foundation is the main fundraising charity for key research, building and equipment projects across all University College London Hospitals.  Thanks to the support and generosity of our supporters we were able to raise over £28 million towards the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre development.  We are continuing to help UCLH NHS Foundation Trust deliver cutting edge research and first-class patient care by supporting a number of new projects across our hospitals.  A list of our current fundraising projects can be found under the 'Projects' header at the top of this page.

We rely on the generosity of our supporters in order to help us to run projects that positively change people's lives both now and in the future.  By choosing to donate to one of our projects, or take part in one of our events, you are directly improving the experience of our patients.

Thank you for your support.

Latest News

  • Patrick Rickles is a full-time Research Associate at UCL and is embarking on a challenge with his sister to raise money for charities to benefit hospitals and patients both in the UK and America.

  • Oil those chains and get into training for this fantastic opportunity, this is a challenging event with a very majestic finish line! Plenty of time for training between now and July, encourage some friends to do it too.

  • UCL Hospitals Charitable Foundation continues to support research into lung cancer by fundraising for Lungs for Living programme. The research aims to investigate early lung cancer to develop new treatments for the disease.