Fundraising

The Orthopaedic Institute through voluntary contributions, helps to fund research in a large number of specialist research centres and departments at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, which has contributed to the renowned worldwide reputation of the hospital.  It also supports the funding of educational facilities and activities.

Our research work is carried out by the Institute of Orthopaedics, the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital and the school of Postgraduate Medicine of Keele University, which all work in close collaboration.  The research work results in new and improved methods of treatment as well as additions to medical knowledge.

Since June last year, the Orthopaedic Institute has been able to provide funding of a quarter of a million pounds for research projects to be carried out at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.  The funding provided for these projects has only been possible because of the donations received from patients, relatives, the general public and the charitable trusts and foundations, for which the Orthopaedic Institute is most grateful.  

We have several research projects that we require funding for and any assistance you are able to give will be gratefully received.  The areas that the research projects are covering are:

  • Arthritis and Rheumatology
  • Spinal Research
  • Cartilage and joint problems
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Carpal tunnel surgery
  • ORLAU (Orthotic research and locomotor assessment unit)

We will ensure that your donation will be acknowledged, allocated to the specific area you choose to support, and used effectively.

For further information and enquiries with regard to donations, please contact Debra Alexander at the Orthopaedic Institute on 01691 404561 or email debra.alexander@rjah.nhs.uk or enquiries@orthopaedic-institute.org

Donations may be made by clicking on the buttons below:

 

 

Fundraise for us using Virgin Money Giving

 

Fundraising Events

Once again we are very grateful for all the support received throughout the year from donors, participants and attendees at our fund raising events.   

We have more planned for 2017-18!    This coming year will see two runners take part in the London Marathon, we have the Annual Research Day in May, the second “Snowpaedic Challenge” taking place in June and a team of six cyclists have entered the Prudential Ride (London)100 in July.  Due to popular demand, another Jazz Evening will take place in September hosted by Dr Ayman Askari – Consultant Rheumatologist. 

Our sincere thanks goes out to all those who support us.  It is through your generosity and kindness that the Orthopaedic Institute are able to continue to support the vital Research and Training here at the Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.

For further information or to organise your own fundraising event in aid of the Orthopaedic Institute, please contact Debra Alexander who would be happy to assist.

Donations

Donating is easy via;

·         Virgin Money Giving

Or

·         Cheque made payable to The Orthopaedic Institute Ltd

For further information please contact:    Debra Alexander

Orthopaedic Institute Ltd

Arthritis Research Centre

Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital

Oswestry, Shropshire

SY10 7AG 

Gift Aid Donation

 If you are a UK taxpayer, we can increase the value of your donation by 25% by claiming a rebate from the Inland Revenue.  Just complete the following declaration and we do the rest!

 “I would like the Orthopaedic Institute Ltd to treat this donation and all other donations I make from the date of this declaration, as Gift Aid Donations”

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The Orthopaedic Institute welcomes Bequests and Donations to Support the Advancement of care of Arthritis and Rheumatism, Orthopaedic Conditions of Childhood including Cerebral Palsy,  Joint Replacement and Cellular Techniques for Repair and Healing.