2 November 2023
Addenbrooke’s has become the first NHS hospital to use thermal ablation (hot needle treatment) to destroy life-threatening tumours in one go, including hard-to-reach cancers.
31 October 2023
Brad Jones and The Julius Jones Trust continue their generous support of children's services at Addenbrooke's.
15 October 2023
The Julius Jones Trust have pledged £1.6m to help transform the care of sick children at Addenbrooke’s
12 September 2023
Coming into hospital can be a difficult experience, but thanks to the generosity of our amazing supporters, ACT have taken many small steps to make clinics across Addenbrooke's more appealing and comfortable for patients, with colourful art and soft lighting.
21 August 2023
Generous funding from ACT supporters has allowed the rehab team on ward J2 Addenbrooke's to purchase a bed bike to help patients recover.
10 August 2023
We are absolutely thrilled to welcome the arrival of the new da Vinci surgical robot made possible through the fantastic efforts of our supporters who helped raise the £1.5 million to purchase it.
10 August 2023
David Bateson was diagnosed with melanoma of the scalp in 2019, and since then, the cancer has unfortunately spread to his liver, lungs, and spine. However, he is currently on a course of immunotherapy at Addenbrooke's helping him live as normal a life as possible.
20 June 2023
Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust is proud to be supporting an international study, led by Addenbrooke's Hospital with its search to find drugs that protect the most vulnerable patients from Covid.
7 June 2023
Thanks to our supporters, young patients who attend the Allergy Clinic at Addenbrooke's now have a colourful mural to look at while they wait.
7 June 2023
Often it's the little things in life that can make a huge difference and this can also be the case when supporting patients and their families with a cancer diagnosis.
18 May 2023
ACT were proud to support this year's Cambridge University Hospital (CUH) Nursing and Midwifery awards 2023.
18 May 2023
Kirsty and Martin Jenkins went through a roller coaster ride when their son, Albert, was born six weeks early and breech.
2 May 2023
On Sunday 23 April 2023, 14 amazing runners took part in the iconic TCS London Marathon in support of Addenbrooke's and the Rosie hospitals.
30 March 2023
5,000 bunches of cheerful daffodils, kindly supported by Scotsdales Nursery & Garden Centre Ltd and ACT, were handed out to Addenbrooke's staff.
15 March 2023
On Sunday 5 March 2023, 27 amazing runners took part in the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon to support Addenbrooke's and the Rosie hospitals. Supporters, patients, friends and family came together to form our group of dedicated #TeamAddenbrookes runners and through their fundraising efforts have so far raised over £18,000!
26 October 2022
Thousands more patients at Addenbrooke’s Hospital will benefit from the advantages of robotic surgery thanks to the support of local people who’ve helped raised £1.5 million to buy the hospital a new robot.
6 July 2022
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has launched an environmentally friendly patient courtesy bus service, thanks to a team effort by ACT and a well-known patient governor.
23 February 2022
An amazing next generation scanner – the 3D ‘Cone Beam’ CT scanner – has now been installed at Addenbrooke’s and seen its first patient.
15 July 2021
ACT is pleased to announce the appointment of two new trustees
17 November 2020
A new video contact system giving parents the ability to have precious virtual contact with their babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) was launched earlier than planned due to coronavirus.
15 June 2020
Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is encouraging people to keep fundraising for Addenbrooke’s hospital, with donations continuing to help the hospital through the crisis and beyond.
12 May 2020
Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust highlights the tireless work of nursing staff at Addenbrooke’s hospital on International Nurses Day, 12 May.
12 May 2020
A study by researchers at Addenbrooke’s and the University of Cambridge published today in the journal eLife, helped by £25,000 in funding from donations to Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, has shown that a small proportion of hospital staff can carry COVID-19 without realising they’re infected.
8 May 2020
Addenbrooke's charity is encouraging people to come up with their own amazing ideas to raise even more.
22 October 2019
First of two new emergency children’s ambulance services for the East of England funded thanks to donations.
23 September 2019
Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust are over halfway to raising enough to fund an Emergency Children's Ambulance thanks to the recent Chariots of Fire event.
12 September 2018
Addenbrooke’s relies on the generosity of members of the public to help provide vital research, innovative equipment and specialist services.