SHC Buggy Push 2016
Are you ready to get your cape on to support the Sheffield Hospitals Charity? Come on, be a hero!
After last year’s success, Sheffield Hospitals Charity has arranged for the Jessops Buggy Push to go ahead once again. But how can they make it bigger and better? Make it superhero themed of course! Get yourself down to Rother Valley Country Park on Sunday 22nd May 2016 at 11am and all ticket holders will receive a free superhero cape!
The annual Jessops Buggy Push is a 5K family walk that is fun for everybody involved. You don’t need a buggy in order to participate; if you have a bike, a trike, a scooter or even a space hopper, then the Buggy Push is a great way to share your support to the Sheffield Hospitals Charity. The funds raised by the event will help the smallest patients at Sheffield’s Jessops Wing and their families receive the best possible support they need.
Following on from DuoCall’s involvement with the charity through our Christmas Sacks back in December (which was hugely successful once again) and the 2015 Buggy Push, we aim to carry on helping the SHC give a helping hand to the tiniest patients in Sheffield, by supporting the 2016 Jessops Buggy Push.
Have fun supporting the Sheffield Hospitals Charity to give Sheffield’s tiniest patients the care that they deserve
Patients in all of the Sheffield Teaching Hospital sites are being treated for almost any condition that you can think of. These patients are supported by the Sheffield Hospitals Charity (SHC), an official NHS charity. The SHC invests over £2 million every year in order to enhance the care and treatment of patients that use Sheffield Hospitals. The Charity directs its aid at improving patient care and support, developing the hospital environment, providing the most advanced specialist medical equipment, and by supporting pioneering research into the cause and prevention of key illnesses.
Just one of the units that the SHC supports is the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Jessops Hospital. The NICU supports thousands of families every single year through all stages of pregnancy. This includes conception all the way through to care after birth. With over 8000 babies born at the hospital each year, Jessops helps care for around 800 critically ill and premature babies with the assistance of the Sheffield Hospitals Charity. Constant 24 hour care is required in order to help families get through the stressful period of caring for their newly born child. The number of babies who need the Jessop wing’s specialist support is increasing as more and more children are transferred to the hospital from across the county and the country!
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