Thank you to The Blessed Mothers of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star(UK) for their recent donation of items to the hospital. We really appreciate your support.
A new initiative to provide bags for families to take home belongings for relatives that have passed away. A huge improvement on the carrier bags that we have previously been using. Funded by Homerton Hope.
Thank you to Michal Rossa at Starbucks Liverpool Street Station for the donation of a sofa. The staff in ITU are very grateful.
Thank you to JLT Management Services for their huge donation of toys and £1500 to the Starlight Children's Unit.
Thank you to Tesco for providing a Christmas lunch to patients and staff at the Mary Seacole Nursing Home.
Everyone looked like they had a great time. Not only did Tesco provide the lunch, they served and entertained too.... Thank you Elaine Price
Thank you to all the staff and customers at Asda Leyton Mills who chose us as their charity. We received £500. Thank you for your support.
Thank you to Tesco & Groundworks for donating £4000 to our Mary Seacole Nursing Home garden project.
We really appreciate your support. Along with the fundraising from the Wheelchair walk we are nearly at our target of £10,000.00. Thank you to everyone who has supported us.
Thank you to all those who came along to our charity art auction on Thursday 2nd November 2017 and supported the hospital.
We sold £1750 worth of art on the night expertly auctioned by the team from Christies.
Some pieces are still available so if you are interested in making a purchase please email email@example.com
The catalogue is available online here.
On Sunday October 15th 2017, The Mary Seacole Nursing Home took part in a ‘Wheelchair walk for a cause’ to raise funds for resident activities and our planned garden makeover. Our goal was to walk 10 residents in their wheelchairs along the canal and up to Victoria Park and then have a celebratory picnic.
Donations can made via our online JustGiving page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/emily-forster4, or in person. For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To-date we have raised nearly £7500 towards our £10,000 target. Donations are still coming in.
Stik visited the hospital in September 2015 and sold 100 prints of his mural 'Baby' to raise money for our RNRU department.
All proceeds will benefit Homerton Hospital’s unique and innovative art programme which began almost 30 years ago. The Trust now offers long stay patients with acquired and traumatic brain injuries the chance to explore interactive art workshops as part of their rehabilitation and recovery. Funds will actively enable the Trust to develop and expand an arts workshop service for the ECU (Elderly Care Unit) specially formulated for people with dementia.
The Homerton's art programme showcases many art exhibitions and displays contemporary art works from artists within the community and of National reputation to enhance and enrich the experience for patients, staff and visitors. Funds will enable us to continue with our exhibitions and displays schedule, maintain and upgrade our existing art collection and ensure that it is preserved for posterity.
Media interest was very high and the artist's reputation as a street artist ensured the interest would be huge and it was; queues started forming at 5am.
And this is the reason they were waiting, to get their signed copy. This guy proud to be first.
Staff were keen to enjoy the stardust and Stik admits to a close affinity with Homerton and the staff.
Our Art Curator, Shaun Caton, has a long history guiding the hospital in its collection of artwork around the hospital that often gets mentioned on social media and has been closely involved in developing the hospital's art programme.
Our visitors and purchasers were very happy at the smooth running of the operation, plenty of laughter and warmth due in no small amount to our security team and our cashiers who had to process the payments for the eager purchasers wanting to get their prints.
Annie Lennox is guest of honour at Homerton Hopsital
Singer/songwriter Annie Lennox OBE was guest of honour at the opening of our new centre, The Clifden Centre/Jonathan Mann Clinic for the treatment and support of people with HIV at Homerton Hospital on Tuesday October 1st 2013.
This centre provides superb facilities in a modern and relaxing setting, delivering treatment, advice, prevention and support for sexual and reproductive health and HIV.
The Centre is the culmination of the “Positive Lives” initiative which, over a number of years, has been supported by many generous donors, by the local community and by the NHS. Over £2m has been raised to fund the extensive refurbishment and the provision of the new Jonathan Mann Clinic.
Professor Jane Anderson from the Centre said:
“We are delighted that Annie came to see for herself the ground breaking work we are doing in the care and support of people with HIV. The number of people with HIV who use our hospital has doubled in the past 10 years and the new Centre will enable our multidisciplinary team to deliver holistic care and support, which will address both people’s clinical requirements as well as wider emotional, social and practical needs.
We work closely with a range of agencies and our local authority colleagues to provide a network of advice and support to our communities, covering a full range of sexual health and family planning services as well as services for HIV.
Prevention and health promotion are key components of our work. Our contraception services have been instrumental in reducing the teenage pregnancy rates for Hackney and the City over the past three years.”
Ms Lennox, who is HIV Ambassador for the Mayor of London, toured the Centre which she described as a “beautiful space”, and spent time talking to staff and patients.
She said: “As a passionate activist, and as the Mayor of London’s HIV Ambassador, I have been touched by the countless stories of men, women and children who have been affected by HIV. For many people, these are no longer stories of despair, but are stories of hope. Advances in treatment mean that HIV is no longer a death sentence.
People on effective treatment are living healthy, fulfilling and long lives. This new clinic at Homerton is a fantastic facility that will help more people get the world-class treatment that they need.”
The guests, who included the Mayor of Hackney and local MP Diane Abbott, also heard from a patient of the Centre who praised the new development, describing her own experiences of the care received whilst dealing with HIV.
Ms Lennox formally declared the Centre open by cutting a red ribbon.