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What your donations do

It’s thanks to people like you that we can invest an additional £500,000 every month, saving lives, transforming our hospital and supporting pioneering research.

Find out more about all the ways in which your gifts make a difference, from creating healing spaces in the hospital to investing in research & innovation and improving diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

Creating healing spaces

Your support is helping us create calm and spacious surroundings to help reduce stress felt by many vulnerable patients and aid the recovery process.

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Investing in research & innovation

Donations help us in our drive for excellence, funding research, getting new projects off the ground and investing in people across the healthcare spectrum.

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Improving diagnosis

A fast, accurate diagnosis saves time, makes sure the right treatment is given and save lives. Your donations are helping fund the development of innovative, new tools to improve diagnostic capabilities.

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Treatment and recovery

Addenbrooke’s is at the forefront of clinical care. Your support is helping us to constantly invest in the latest equipment, ideas and cutting-edge treatments, so staff can continue to lead the world with truly excellent patient care.

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Education & learning

We support the ongoing training of staff at Addenbrooke’s, helping develop new skills and knowledge, ensure staff well-being and provide ever improving care. We also provide educational resources for patients and the public.

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Support our work internationally

Cambridge Global Health Partnerships works closely with Cambridge’s world-leading healthcare community to forge partnerships and lead projects in many countries. You can donate to support our work or choose to volunteer.

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CUH Arts

CUH Arts is the hospitals' arts programme supported by ACT, delivering arts activities, events and exhibitions, as well as getting involved in the design of new patient-facing areas, helping to relax and warm the clinical environment.

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