Welcome to the North Hampshire Medical Fund
We raise funds for advanced medical equipment for Basingstoke Hospital that is outside of the NHS budget.
In 2017, we made great progress in our fundraising, raising over £400,000 worth of equipment. We are happy to say that in the past two years, we have purchased over £1 million worth of equipment for Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital.
We have a fundraising target of £247,945 for the first half of 2018. This target will be helped to be met by a number of events. These include a Clay Pigeon Shoot, Classic Car Rally, Cycle Sportive and the Hampshire Country & Garden Festival.
Our Latest Appeals
- 6th November 2018
The breezy Autumnal morning of Sunday 28th October did not deter horse riders attending our annual Cross Country Fun Ride at Cannon Heath, as 200 people rode across Watership Down and the adjoining farm land. A fantastic figure of £5,607.91 was raised and will go towards a Nuclear Medicine SPECT/CT Scanner for Radiology which is
- 17th October 2018
We held our first Medical Careers Seminar at the Ark Conference Centre to inspire and inform pupils in Hampshire interested in pursuing a medical career, whilst raising vital funds for Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Among those speaking were leading health professionals such as Karen Morrison, Professor of Neurology and Associate Dean for Education at
- 16th October 2018
We held our third annual Cycle Sportive earlier this month, starting and finishing at Inhurst Farm in Baughurst. Cyclists chose to ride 85, 45 or a family-friendly 12 mile route through the picturesque North Hampshire countryside and were greeted at the finish line with a shiny medal and complimentary hot lunch. Almost 250 cyclists participated
- 17th September 2018
The quarter target mark has been hit as fundraising continues at Basingstoke Hospital for a new 3D scanner – able to highlight cancers quicker than before and monitor spread to other parts of the body. Last week a £250 donation from a volunteer porter on the radiology ward saw the total amount raised reach £25,000,