Hardship winter fund appeal
Please donate today

The cost-of-living crisis is having a shocking impact on our healthcare workers. We’re giving grants to those most in need, but we can’t do it without your help. Please donate today.

Our services cover the physical, mental and day-to-day needs of all healthcare workers, from doctors and nurses to cleaners and porters. Together, we make a real difference.

  • £20,022 spent on staff room refurbishments

  • £70,648 of grants delivered

  • 1,671 counselling sessions provided to healthcare workers

Are you a healthcare worker who needs assistance?

We’re here to help

We offer financial aid, counselling, staff room refurbishments and bereaved families support to anyone working in a healthcare setting.

Who we've helped

  • Tracey Photo of Tracey
    This break away meant so much to both me and my beautiful granddaughters.
  • Zalika Photo of Zalika
    I cried and was relieved to get this support…the grant has made a big impact.
  • Anna Photo of Anna
    The tutoring courses really helped boost my confidence whilst studying in the lead up to my exams this summer.
  • Nagina Photo of Nagina
    It looks amazing! Great space to have a proper relaxing break, which makes you feel away from the stress of the work.

Latest updates

  • Nurses vote to go on strike: it’s not just about the money

    Votes are in, and nurses across the UK have voted to go on strike. In England, that will affect 130 NHS providers, all NHS employers in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and all but one in Wales. The ballot results come at a time when over 25,000 nursing staff have left the profession, and there are over 47,000 RCN vacancies. The current pay offer still leaves nurses more than 20% worse off than ten years earlier, and many nurses have a wage that is falling behind the National Living Wage at an increasing rate.

  • Healthcare workers and the cost-of-living crisis: making impossible choices to get by

    To put the heating up when it’s cold, or to stretch the weekly shopping budget. To go without food, soap, or period products. To deny your child the correct school uniform. To leave the NHS pension scheme and your long-term future, in order to put a meal on the table today. To fear your next energy bill, or to default on your mortgage payments. These are the daily choices that healthcare workers face.