South Tees Hospitals Charity and the Friends of the Friarage Hospital’s ambitious appeal to raise £2million for a MRI scanner for patients across the Hambleton and Richmondshire area of North Yorkshire has reached the halfway mark with £1m in the bag.
This is fantastic news and a tribute to the hard work of local people, business, staff at the Northallerton hospital and everyone who has helped us reach this milestone, an important step on the way to the £2m target.
To celebrate this significant achievement come along and join us at our special one million pound celebration coffee morning, enjoy a cuppa, cake and relax and have a chat and join the celebrations.
Everyone is welcome to drop in to Northallerton town on Wednesday 22 October, from 9am to 1pm. Attractions include tombolas, bric a brac and various stalls to help boost fundraising for the scanner appeal.
Paul Watkins, South Tees Charity’s head of fundraising, said: “We are delighted with how well the campaign is going and we are working hard with our charity partners, The Friends of the Friarage, on a final push to achieve our target.
“Public support is essential to make this a reality and to help ensure the Friarage remains at the forefront of patient care for the local population. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported the campaign so far and contributed to its success.”
Be part of the £2m party and support the MRI scanner appeal.