Wirral University Teaching Hospital (WUTH) Charity

WUTH Charity Logo

The Wirral University Teaching Hospital Charity (WUTH) help thousands of patients every year, supporting both Arrowe Park Hospital and Clatterbridge Hospital based in the Wirral area. Their mission is to improve the quality of patient care through multiple avenues, including the purchase of medical equipment and through the direct enhancement of patient’s experiences.

Victoria Burrows, the Head of Fundraising for WUTH, visited us in mid-2020 to collect a metal rainbow daisy prototype, which they are hoping will form a part of their 2020 fundraising campaign. They are the first hospice to embrace and receive one of these unique rainbow daisies and are currently working towards making them available for their supporters to purchase soon, with all money raised going directly back to supporting the hospice and all the incredible work that they do.

Rainbow Daisy Hospice Support Campaign

WUTH relies largely on funding to support their dedicated service, and currently has eight funds designed to ensure that they can make the biggest positive impact possible within their community. Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, raising crucial funds has been particularly difficult for hospices in 2020 so far. This campaign will hopefully help WUTH to kick-start their fundraising again by offering a contact-free way to gain awareness and monetary funds, whilst simultaneously offering the general public the opportunity to honour and remember a lost loved one or an NHS hero.

To find out more about WUTH and all of the amazing work that they do, please visit their website here.