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Our donors

We are privileged and grateful to have the support of a wide range of donors who contribute to the work of Mildmay in the UK and Overseas

Our donors include individuals, community and church groups, charitable trusts and foundations and companies.

We are thankful to them all for supporting our work in East Africa, and for helping to improve the services and facilities we can provide to our patients at Mildmay Mission Hospital in the UK

Alexis Trust

Ardbarron Trust Ltd

Bedhampton Charitable Trust

Burdett Trust for Nursing

Chalksave Charitable Trust

Charlotte Marshall Charitable Trust

Cumberland Trust

D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

David Lister Charitable Trust

Davis-Rubens Charitable Trust

Demigryphon Trust

Ebenezer Trust

EE & DM Griffiths Trust

Edgar E Lawley Foundation

Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation

Farthing Trust

Forest Hill Charitable Trust

Fulmer Charitable Trust

G F Macaulay Charitable Trust

G M Morrison Charitable Trust

Garfield Weston Foundation

Gibbs Trust

Graham and Mary Stacy Trust

Ione Vassiliou Charitable Trust

Jeannine Vassiliou Charitable Trust

Nicka T Vassiliou Charitable Trust

Joseph Strong Frazer Trust

Langdale Trust

MAD Trust (Make a Difference Trust)

Maurice and Hilda Laing Charitable Trust

Mercers’ Charitable Foundation

Mickworth Charitable Trust

Mildmay Trust Ltd

Millfield Trust

Mobarak Ali Charitable Trust

Ofenheim Charitable Trust

S Norton 1988 Trust

Sir John Sumner’s Trust

SMB Charitable Trust

TBF Trust

All Hallows

Bridport Christian Fellowship

Canterbury Cathedral

Camrose Baptist Church

Farm Street Church

Fleet Methodist Church

The Oasis Fellowship Edmonton Methodist Church

Prescot Parochial Church Council

Pinner Parish Church

Stirling Methodist Church

St Stephens PCC, Hounslow

St Peter’s Church, Marksbury

St Pauls Crofton

St Paul’s Church

St Mary’s, Tollesbury

St Mary’s, Osterley

St Mary Magdalene, East Ham

St Jude and St Paul’s Church, Mildmay Grove

St Edmunds Parochial Church

St Barnabas with St Paul

St Andrew’s Church Kelby

Wiveliscombe Evangelical Congregational Church

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Thank you also to our many thousands of individual supporters and to those organisations and individuals that wish to remain anonymous.

We are also grateful to the many who have
remembered us in their will.

Running a hospital is expensive!

Of the funding we need to run our UK hospital, roughly 80 per cent comes from NHS contracts.

The remainder of our running costs and any additional costs of services and facilities are entirely supported by charitable contributions.

100 per cent of your donations are used to benefit the people we care for.

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View from the nurses' station on Catherine Ward.

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