Funding extraordinary healthcare

World-leading research. Transformational patient and community care. With your help, we fund projects that have the greatest potential to change lives.

We support the Barts Health group of hospitals and its associated medical school, helping to make extraordinary healthcare a reality for everyone.

What we do

How you can help

You can help someone receive healthcare that's extraordinary.

From donating or getting involved on Twitter to running 10k or cycling to Paris, every single action adds up.

Get involved

Apply for funding


We provide funding for innovative research, equipment and patient-care projects which are beyond the capacity of the NHS. If eligible, you can apply for funding of up to £500,000.

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Special Purpose Funds

Funds linked to a specific ward, service, or area of research. See if you can access these funds to improve care for your patients. Or to donate to a fund, please visit the donate page.

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Trauma is the biggest disease you've never heard of, and the leading cause of death for people aged under 40 in the UK.

Help save lives


Creation of the Barts Heart Centre has given us the opportunity to save over 11,000 lives in the next five years. Will you help make this goal a reality?

Keep hearts beating

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Marathon Countdown: Danny's Story

Danny works for Rubicon, who kindly allow us to use their office (perfectly located halfway through the marathon route) as a cheer point and a spot for our runners' family and friends to join us. 

Thanks for your eggstraordinary generosity!

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported Egbert’s Egg-straordinary challenge 2017. Thanks to you, every child and older patient received a gift this Easter.

Jamie Hall barts charity runner

Marathon Countdown: Jamie's Story

“In 1985 my Auntie Helen unfortunately lost her fight to beat leukaemia" says Jamie, who is running the London Marathon this weekend in her memory.  For the last three decades since her death, Jamie's...

Marathon Countdown: Stephen's Story

Stephen is running the London Marathon in memory of his girlfriend’s mother Gilly who was cared for at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. With his fundraising, Stephen also hopes he can help more people and...

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