Together we can do more for our patients and hospitals
Through generous support given to Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity, we can do more.
Support Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity and help us do more. Diagnose and treat patients faster, make families and loved ones more comfortable and provide specialist training. With your support, we can buy advanced equipment, provide better healing environments and support critical research.
A Festive Thank You
Thanks to the generosity of our local community, RCHT Charity have been able to provide light and festive joy for patients, staff and visitors at Royal Cornwall Hospital this Christmas.
Our festive projection of shining Christmas Stars has been made possible thanks to our main sponsors and partners of the Christmas Star Appeal – TClarke.
Many other donations have been contributed to the appeal, all donors are featured on our ‘Wall of Thanks.’
Pedal 4 Patients 2023 – Back by popular demand!
Riders one and all, by overwhelming demand, RCHT Charity is back with our amazing Pedal4Patients cycle challenge.
Make new friends, give something back and have fun while you explore our glorious Cornwall. 200 miles over 3 days across some of the most glorious Cornish coast and countryside. Read the full story.
Click here to request a full information pack or sign up now!
Latest News and Events
Surgeon swims to advance surgery in Cornwall
A pod of 35, and growing, swimmers will take to the sea off Rosemullion Head, Falmouth in July to complete a challenging 5km sea swim ending at Pendennis Head. Participants of ‘5k Across the Bay’ will be raising funds and awareness to bring new robotic technology to patient undergoing surgery in Cornwall.
Pedal 4 Patients 2023
Riders one and all, by overwhelming demand, RCHT Charity is back with our amazing Pedal4Patients cycle challenge. 200 miles over 3 days across some of the most glorious Cornish coast and countryside.
Trauma Response Car, equipped by RCHT Charity
The introduction of a Major Trauma Response Car, operating out of Royal Cornwall Hospital, means that patients suffering serious injury, for example at a road traffic accident, may no longer need to come via Royal Cornwall Hospital on their way to receive care at one of the region’s major trauma centres.
Page last reviewed: 25 April 2023