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Philanthropy has long been fundamental to King’s since the site was donated in 1903 by Lord Hambleden. We are delighted that, to this day, our work continues to benefit from philanthropic support for a strategic range of game-changing and often globally-significant programmes.
King’s College Hospital Charity strives to make a difference to patients and their loved ones at our hospitals by supporting developments that go above and beyond what the NHS provides. Our aim is to assist in the delivery of a better experience and better results for the people who come to us in a time of need.
Stuart's wife Sarah was admitted to hospital after feeling unwell for a few months and having a high heart rate. After an overnight stay, doctors found a mass on her heart and what appeared to be lesions on her lungs. She had a scan but collapsed while medics were carrying out tests. This turned out to be the last time Sarah's husband and family were able to communicate with her.