Horder Healthcare is fortunate to receive loyal support from patients, donors, volunteers, charitable trusts and the local community. For the past 50 years their support has been crucial to helping the organisation meet its charitable aims and provide the very best care for patients suffering with painful and often debilitating arthritic, orthopaedic and related conditions.
There are many ways for you to support us in these exciting times for Horder Healthcare. You can contribute towards something special in the following ways:
There are lots of different ways you can support us as a volunteer from organising fundraising events to assisting us and our patients at our different locations.
We've loads of great fundraising events, ideas and inspiration to help you raise money for a worthy cause.
All donations are very gratefully received, so if you would like to be a part of something special and give a life changing gift.
Give as you live
You can raise money for Horder Healthcare simply by shopping online! Visit giveasyoulive.com to sign up.
Leave a gift in your will
By remembering a charity in your will, you can make a huge difference to lives of others and say thank you at the same time.
Play our lottery
Horder Healthcare has joined forces with national lottery scheme Unity, to raise vital funds for our charity. Horder Healthcare players win weekly prizes while 50p from every £1 spend goes to the Horder. The top prize is £25,000 so get playing now! To join, email Abigail Shiers on firstname.lastname@example.org, call on 01892 665577 or visit www.unitylottery.co.uk.
How your support has helped
Thanks to the donations received by our supporters, we have been able to undertake a highly successful capital redevelopment programme at The Horder Centre called – Building for the Future. The project commenced in 2010 and has already delivered the following benefits to aid patients:
- A brand new entrance and coffee shop
- 16 new ensuite patient bedrooms
- A new day case unit
- Therapeutic gardens
- A state of the art physiotherapy gym
The project is ongoing and plans for 2013 / 14 include a new conservatory style dining room for patients and staff, a new diagnostic suite including x ray, ultrasound and MRI, a further refurbishment of 3 remaining rooms on Dufferin ward and a new patient entrance to Dufferin.
As a registered charity we believe passionately in the advancement of health based on our five key values.
If your GP needs to refer you for orthopaedic treatment, rheumatology or neurology ask to be referred to The Horder Centre.
Our services are available for NHS, self pay and privately insured patients.