Thanks to your fantastic fundraising that takes place every year, we’re able to support the incredible work carried out by NHS staff across our hospitals and community services in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale and Salford.
Your money makes a difference to thousands of lives by helping us fund innovative equipment, education, research and wellbeing activities across Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust.
Join us in supporting your NHS.
How can I fundraise?
There are lots of ways you can get involved with fundraising, either as an individual or with others.
You can organise a sponsored walk or run, take on a challenge like hitting 10,000 steps every day, organise a quiz night, hold your own danceathon or even give up tea and coffee for the month.
Whether you know exactly what fundraising you will do, or you simply want some inspiration, please register your fundraising activity with us using our fundraising interest form.
A member of our fundraising team will be in touch so we can support you, ensure the funds you raise go to the area you choose and most importantly so we can thank you for your support.
How can we help?
Our dedicated fundraising team is here to support you every step of the way. We can provide:
- Support throughout your fundraising
- Fundraising materials to promote your event
- Charity t-shirts to help you stand out in a crowd
- Promotion of your activities through our social media channels
This is Tim Greenwood, of Chadderton, Oldham. Tim was left temporarily paralysed after a blood clot formed on his brain. The uncommon condition was discovered by doctors at The Royal Oldham Hospital. Tim spent four weeks in a coma and received specialist care from the neurology team at Salford Royal. Thanks to their actions Tim learned to walk again and was reunited with his wife and two young children.
Tim organised his own fundraiser to say thank you to the NHS staff that saved his life. He ran 300 miles in 30 days, raising £7,500.
Tim said: “I wanted to show my appreciation to the NHS staff that saved my life. At the end of the day, if it wasn’t for them, my kids wouldn’t have a dad.”