For King's Staff

We work in partnership with King’s staff to make the biggest difference for patients – through fundraising, grant-making and other activities to take care further.
Picture of King's surgical team ahead of the first operation using the new robotic equipment

We’re here to help you go beyond what the NHS can provide to make a difference for your patients – from research and equipment to refurbishment and service development.

From basement wellbeing hubs to rooftop helipads, wherever you go throughout King’s hospitals you’ll find evidence of staff working together with the Charity to take care further. 

Usually, the developments we fund start in the mind of someone just like you, with an idea for making things work better, but without the resources to make that change happen.

There may be an existing charitable fund available to unlock this (we manage over 250!) or it may be something the Charity could potentially fund through our Crown Fund or strategic programmes. We may need to seek support from other funders, which you may be able to help with.

While we can’t promise to fund every great idea, we will certainly listen carefully and do our utmost to support the brilliant people who make the best care possible.

Picture of a nurse leaning over to play a game with a young woman patient

Can a grant from the Charity help you take care further?

As well as managing 250+ designated funds which exist for particular purposes throughout King's, we run regular Crown Fund rounds enabling King's staff to apply directly to the Charity for funding.
Picture of two hospital staff

Fundraising together

There are so many ways you can raise funds for the Charity, whether as an individual or a team. While unrestricted funds are vital for us, we also enable King's staff to fundraise specifically for designated funds relevant to your particular role at King's.
Picture of five members of King's psychosocial team standing outside the critcal care unit

Staff spotlight

King's psychosocial team was formed a few years ago with a grant from the Charity. Now a permanent fixture at King's College Hospital, the team has taken on the Great Hospital Hike to keep raising funds to advance care in this vital area.