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They're looking to raise £200,000 to provide life-saving surgery
Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity raises money to help the boys and girls treated at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital, the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow.
Every year 168,000 babies, children and young people from across Scotland are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow. While many will spend Christmas at home, some of the most seriously unwell children will remain in hospital
This Christmas let the boys and girls treated at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital know you’re thinking of them – support Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity’s Christmas Appeal by:
· Holding a Christmas jumper day
· Donating today
· Texting CHILD to 70707 to donate £5
· Having a Christmas bake sale in the office
· Purchasing your Christmas cards from the Charity
Glasgow Childrens’ Hospital Charity needs your help to raise £200,000 to fund a neurological endoscope, which will be used to provide life-saving surgery to children who suffer from brain tumours, cysts and hydrocephalus.
Find out more and donate here