Supporting patients, staff and research at UCLH

Covid-19 appeal

UCLH staff need your support during these unprecedented times

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December 2021

The last few months of 2021 were always going to be a challenge for the NHS.  The usual winter pressures, record numbers of patients waiting for treatment, high numbers of people going to A&E, ‘flu and the delivery of hundreds of thousands of vaccinations meant that staff at UCLH were already facing an exceptionally busy end to a challenging year. 

And now the Omicron variant.  With news changing day by day, hour by hour, one thing will remain – the dedication, compassion and kindness staff at UCLH who will continue to do what they do best, provide the best possible care to those who need them.  After 18 months of working flat out, in the toughest conditions any of us have ever known, UCLH staff need your support. 

You can help us care for those who are caring for us in these uncertain times.  By donating to our staff emergency Covid-19 fund, you can help us support staff who will, like always, be putting patients first this winter.

Thank you – every donation, and message of support, makes a difference.

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Thank you!


Our floral rainbow arch

This beautiful floral arch was erected outside University College Hospital in summer 2020, at the height of the pandemic

Covid-19 thank you

Thank you from us to you

Donations have kept our staff going – we are so grateful for your support

Tea and coffee pic with UCLH Charity postcard

Sometimes it's the small thingsā€¦

We've made sure staff can stop for a cuppa during these difficult times

Radiotherapy with tote bags summer 2020

Helping staff keep going

We've delivered thousands of wellbeing bags with the things that our hardworking staff need on long shifts – hand creams, phone chargers, water bottles and so much more


Food glorious food

Donations from #FeedtheNHS, The Philantropist and Deliveroo amongst many others have kept our staff fed and watered throughout the pandemic