Where Your Money Goes

When you make a donation to us, you can be sure that it will go towards supporting the NHS staff looking after children and their families at the Toni & Guy Ward at King’s College Hospital. We are committed to being transparent about how we use your donations, so you can always see where your money is going. With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of those who need it most.

SEE THE STRENGHT IN GIVING

CALL FOR RENOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT at Toni & GUy Ward.

With your help, Toni & Guy Charitable Foundation has embarked on a journey to create patient-centred spaces, designed to deliver world-class care for some of the UK’s most seriously ill children.

We are working closely with the Toni & Guy Ward’s staff and King’s College Hospital Charity to ensure they get the funding for a much needed make-over which is going to make a big difference to patients and their families who remain in hospital for longer periods of time. Your money goes to support the refurbishment and renovation of older areas, and fitting of new furniture to give young patients the best care and experience possible.

The total of £71,350 is needed to cover renovation costs across the Ward, with the aim to reduce anxiety of patients and make it a more welcoming and functional space. Psychological studies also indicate that providing a better environment will help young patients emotionally and contribute towards a quicker recovery. You can find a summary of the renovation costs in the Ward Wishlist.

Total Money Raised (2022-2023)

£53,700 left to raise

T&G WARD WISHLIST

Our Ward wishes benefit the staff and the children currently undergoing treatment at the Toni & Guy Ward. Renovating the Ward has several benefits: increasing staff performance, reducing operating costs, reducing patients’ and carers’ stress, providing family support spaces, and many more.

 

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WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES

We believe in building an organisation, a symbol of trust, transparency, and high morale. No money is spent on wages. Our directors and trustees gift their time and expertise so your donations go directly to our beneficiaries. A detailed breakdown of all monetary transactions can be downloaded here.

 

DETAILED BREAKDOWN >>

We’re a not-for-profit organisation

Toni & Guy Charitable Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation. Any profit we make goes straight back into services that help children and their families. Nothing goes to our voluneteers, directors and trustees.

What are your donation fees?

Processing fees are deducted from your donation to cover transaction fees:​

  • Single card payments: 1.9% + 20p per transaction​
  • Paypal single payments: 1.4% + 20p per transaction​
  • Regular direct debit payments: 15p per monthly payment​
  • Paypal regular payments: 1.4% + 20p per transaction

We rely on regular donations to keep services running

Toni & Guy Charitable Foundation does not get money from the government, or local authorities.

We rely on individual donations to provide the support we give to children and and their families. Even small donations can make a big difference. If you’re able to give a regular gift, this provides stable, long-term support to our beneficiaries.

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Kind Words

Thanks to the generosity of the Toni & Guy Foundation, the Toni & Guy children’s ward at King’s College Hospital has been completely transformed. The 50,000 young patients who are treated at the ward per year, now have access to state-of-the-art facilities. These include well-equipped play areas, facilities for parents to stay overnight with their children, and a parents’ room which provides a calming, relaxing and non-clinical space for parent’s and caregivers to take a break. 

The difference this has made on the children’s wellbeing and recovery at King’s has been incredible. With more donations, we can continue to make a real difference to the lives of young patients on our ward, providing world-class care. Any donation, small or big, will make a difference.

~ The Team @ the TONI&GUY Ward, King's Collage Hospital

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