Our Appeals

Read more about our long-term projects with the potential to help hundreds of patients across Wales.

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Fundraising

We have a fund for every ward, department and research area within the hospitals of Cardiff and Vale.

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How You Help

Every penny you donate makes a difference to our patients, over and above what the NHS can normally afford.

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Cardiff & Vale Health Charity is the official charity supporting all the wards, departments and research areas of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.

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Make It Better Fund

Make It Better Fund

Most of our funds support one specific ward or department, except our Make It Better Fund. People who donate to the Make It Better Fund will be supporting projects that don’t fit neatly into our dedicated funds - they might help more than one ward, more than one hospital site, ...

Breast Centre Appeal

Breast Centre Appeal

The Breast Centre at University Hospital Llandough treats between 450 and 500 new breast cancer patients every year; for initial investigations, follow-up treatment and patients returning for results.   At a time when patients may be very anxious they tell us it makes a huge di...

Better Life Appeal

Better Life Appeal

The All Wales Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre at University Hospital Llandough is the only adult Cystic Fibrosis centre in Wales, and cares for more than 350 patients.Currently the ward has 9 beds for inpatients. The long-term aim of the Better Life Appeal is to fund a whole new...

Prop Appeal

Prop Appeal

The Prop Appeal is for patients in the regional Neurosciences Specialist Rehabilitation Unit, currently based at Rookwood Hospital. Patients generally have a serious and life changing disability relating to acquired brain and spinal injuries, and often have to cope with re-learni...

Our Orchard

Our Orchard

As University Hospital Llandough rapidly becomes the second biggest hospital in Wales, it is also developing into a centre for rest, recovery and rehabilitation. Facilities there, including the new Hafan y Coed (Haven of Trees) Adult Mental Health Unit and the five-days-a-week de...