Golden Jubilee Building, King's College Hospital, London, SE5 9RS
Have you got a head for heights? Are you looking for a personal challenge this year? Whatever your reason, sign up to take part in the King's College Hospital Charity abseil taking place on Friday 20 September and Saturday 21 September and help support patients and families at a time when they need it the most.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the thrill of jumping out of a plane here is your chance! We are looking for adventurous types who are willing to take on this exhilarating challenge for an amazing cause.
Fancy cycling from London to Paris, covering just over 300 miles in four days while raising money for King’s College Hospital Charity? Connect two of the world’s most chic capital cities as you embark on the charity bike ride challenge of a life time.
Kick start your 2020 with a cool 20km walk around the heart of the capital. Starting in Southwark Park, you'll walk past Tower Bridge and many other famous London landmarks before looping back to base camp, where you will receive a medal, a hot meal, and a drink to warm the cockles.
Brace yourself for a fast-paced and physically challenging adventure, as you take on the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales. Considered as one of Britain’s toughest outdoor challenges, the national Three Peaks Challenge takes in the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis (1,344m), Scafell Pike (978m) and Snowdon (1,085m)
Organise your own event and do something amazing for patients in the hospitals we support. From bake sales to quiz nights our fundraising team will be on hand to give you any advice you need. Whatever you choose, you’ll be doing something extraordinary for our patients.
Helen Doyle was rushed to King’s College Hospital A&E from her local GP surgery in late October 2016. Helen, a keen runner, had been struggling to walk due to cramping in her legs but had assumed it was pulled muscles and ignored it. She went to the GP when it became nearly impossible for her to walk and her feet went numb. Doctors at King’s quickly found that the main arteries going to each of Helen’s legs were completely blocked with blood clots.
Getting better after an illness is a good reason to celebrate. One great way to show your appreciation is ask friends and family to donate to King’s College Hospital Charity rather than buying presents for a birthday, an anniversary or Christmas. You can even chose for your donations to go to the ward or department that cared for you.