How to Donate
Donations for our staff and patients during Covid-19
In a bid to make it easier for members of the public and local businesses to donate to the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust have set up dedicated drop off points at each of our hospitals to enable donations to be received effectively and distributed across NCA sites and services, which includes Royal Oldham Hospital, Fairfield Hospital, Rochdale Infirmary and Salford Royal.
For individuals and businesses wanting to make a financial contribution, details of how to donate can be found on the charity pages on the websites for Pennine Acute Hospitals and Salford Royal Hospital. Under the current lock down policy, to reduce any potential risk to the public or staff in our cashiers offices, electronic payments or payments by cheque would be recommended. Cash donations are currently being prioritised for Covid19 requirements, however if individuals would prefer to dedicate their cash contribution to a separate appeal or fund this is also possible by contacting the Fundraising team at either email@example.com for Pennine Acute, or firstname.lastname@example.org for Salford Royal.
How do I make a donation of items to my local hospital?
Food, drink and toiletries
Donations to Royal Oldham Hospital
- Delivery: Due to current limited resource/storage capacity, delivery of donations should be by arrangement only using the email address below. Wherever possible drop offs should be arranged on Tuesday and Thursday between 10am and 3pm
- Contact: Heena Shafiq
- Email: OldhamDonations@pat.nhs.uk
Donations to Bury Fairfield
- Location: Beech Room, Broad Oak Suite
- Contact: Rachael Graham
- Email: Rachael.email@example.com
Donations to Rochdale Infirmary
- Location: Quarry Street Entrance (Outpatients Entrance), Block 10, Level ‘C’ (Jefferson Corridor), Room C2220 (Old Kitchens)
- Contact: Denise Scoular, Jamie Kennedy or Annette Walsh
- Email: RochdaleSilver@pat.nhs.uk
- Phone: 01706 517167
Donations to Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
- Location: Pathology Seminar Room 2, Ground Floor, Mayo Building,
- Weekdays – 8am – 3.30pm
- Weekends – 9.30am – 1pm
- Contact: Wendy Hanbridge
- Email: Wendy.Hanbridge@srft.nhs.uk
Personal Protective Equipment Donations
All PPE donations are being collated and distributed across Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust from the Resilience Centre at Royal Oldham Hospital. If you have a donation of PPE you would like to make please drop at the Resilience Centre, Westhulme Street, Oldham, OL1 2PN.
Our guidelines around accepting PPE are the same as the national guidelines issued by NHSE, and state that PPE should:
- identify the manufacturer,
- where available, identify the CE number
- if the item is imported, any instructions/information to be in English language
- make it clear what type of mask / what standard of protection the equipment offers,
- include the ingredients for items such as hand sanitizer
- identify whether the equipment is sterile,
- clarify any lead times and the volumes that are being offered.
- Advise on suitable decontamination arrangements if the item is re-usable PPE
There are a number of ways you can donate to the charity including:
We have teamed up with JustGiving so if you would like to make an online donation quickly and securely, simply visit our Just Giving page and click on the ‘donate’ button.
If you would like to make a cheque donation please send it to:
Pennine Acute Hospitals Charity
c/o Fundraising Office
North Manchester General Hospital
Cheques should be made payable to 'Pennine Acute Hospitals Charity' or 'PAHC', if you need space to write on the appeal, ward or department you would like it to go to.
Please do not put cash in the post. If you would like to donate cash please visit the general office on each site. If you have carried out a collection and want to hand some cash over, please arrange to meet with Shelley Owen who is always delighted to greet our supporters in person at our fundraising office.
Leave a legacy in your Will
Legacies form a major share of charitable income to the NHS and can be a tax effective way of donating money to your chosen hospital, ward or department after your death. If you would like to help us to provide for future generations of patients in this way, you might like to consider remembering us in your will. For further information and advice please click here or contact the Trust’s endowment section on 0161 921 4986.
If at the time of a loved one's death you would like friends and family to donate to a particular ward or department please contact the fundraising office on 0161 908 4497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to set up a standing order with your bank then please contact the fundraising office on 0161 908 4497 or email email@example.com
Payroll giving is a scheme that enables employees to give to any UK charity directly from their gross salary and to receive immediate tax relief. It is a regular and reliable form of tax-effective giving. For further information on how to introduce this scheme within your workplace or to make a regular donation to any of our hospitals please contact the fundraising office on 0161 908 4497, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Local businesses can make donations using any of the methods listed above. Alternatively businesses may wish to sponsor a service within one of our hospitals or donate a gift in kind by providing a service or goods. If you would like further information on how you and your business can get involved please contact the Fundraising Office, who will be delighted to visit your organisation and discuss the benefits of tax effective donations and sponsorship opportunities for businesses.
North Manchester General Hospital
Please note that use of the charity logo is strictly prohibited without the express permission of the Fundraising Office.