Yorkhill Children's Foundation, an independent charity, has been raising funds for providing aid to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow, also called Yorkhill, and children’s services throughout NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
It said the funds will directly be sent to scrods for the treatment of ill children, by helping HNS to buy the art medical equipment and introducing special services children’s entertainers, support for their families, etc.
The fundraising has led the Yorkhill Children’s Foundation fundraising and marketing team to set their further goals and boosted their confidence in achieving these goals.
GGC has shared that a sum worth £1.2m has been secured this financial year. This will be utilised in business.
“The Performance Review Group of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde met last week and agreed to allocate £1.2 million in the current financial year,” said a GGC spokesperson.
He added that this will support the development of full design.
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