Your donation will make a real difference to patients treated at the hospital now and in the future.
Monies raised here helps The Walton Centre buy and fund innovative healthcare and equipment.
Our Home from Home fund helps families stay together when their loved ones are undergoing life-saving treatment at the hospital.
Help us put your donation to work wherever the need is greatest.
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Have your very own Jan Fairclough Ladies Lunch at home
The Walton Centre were a great support to Jane's family as well as providing brilliant care to her mum, this collection in her memory will help them continue the amazing work they do.
I’m choosing the Walton to support as part of my DofE award as they look after my mum
The Walton Centre looked after our Nanny amazingly before she became an angel and we want to give something back to say thank you!
I aim to cycle over 100 miles to fundraise for The Walton Centre Charity, NHS on 4th July 20.
Earlier this month my mum was admitted to the Walton Centre after having a nasty cycling accident and sustaining serious head injuries including a brain haemorrhage, as well as 17 fractures across her body.
My Dad has been cared for in The Walton Centre since 05th April where he has been recovering from brain surgery and Coronavirus. The care that he has received from the dedicated NHS staff has been second to none. I would like to raise some money for the centre as a way of saying thank you for all of their support and professionalism in these challenging times.
I having been and continue to treated at the Walton centre and am forever grateful for what they have done for me.
All monies raised from the event will benefit The Walton Centre Charity and their Home from Home unit - on-site relatives' accommodation for families whose loved ones are receiving critical care at The Walton Centre.
I had surgery to remove a brain tumour at The Walton Centre in 2002 and feel very fortunate to have received such first-class treatment, which allowed me to make a full recovery and get on with my life. I've self-funded this 9 day cycle ride and decided to raise money for The Walton Centre to keep me pedalling.
My mum was brought in in September 2019 with a ruptured brain aneurysm and now she is doing amazing thanks to the deticated team