Support us

Playing the King's Lottery, taking on a sponsored challenge, making a donation, leaving a gift in your will... There are so many ways you can get involved to help make the best care possible at King's!
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Our supporters have all kinds of reasons for getting involved with the Charity to help take care further at King's.

Many are motivated by their own experience of King's care and treatment - moved by the expertise, dedication and attentiveness of hospital staff and eager to support the Charity as a token of gratitude.

While many supporters are giving in response to life-changing treatment, many are giving in memory of loved ones King's fought to protect and care for, right to the end. 

Some experienced world-leading facilities and want their support to keep King's at the forefront of specialities such as liver treatment and care.

Others experienced challenges or hardship in the hospital, and are inspired to work with us to make things better for future patients.

Whatever your connection to King's, we simply cannot make the best care possible without your support.

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Give, your way

Whatever your connection to King's, your support is vital to help make the best care possible for everyone who needs it.
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The Great Hospital Hike

More than a sponsored walk, our Great Hospital Hike brings staff, patients, families and the wider community together to celebrate the incredible care we're proud to support at King's.
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London Landmarks Half Marathon 2025

Set yourself a challenge and run for #TeamKings at this spectacular half-marathon on 6 April 2025. As part of our team of 100, you'll be making a big difference together, helping raise funds to make the best care possible.
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Giving a major gift

A liver transplant saved Ralph Smith’s life in 2017. Now he is funding revolutionary research which has the potential to save countless lives worldwide.

Giving in memory

Frankie and Ralphie Coster, were just five and two years old when they raised over £2,000 for King’s College Hospital’s Brain Injury Fund in honour of their Grandad, Pete.

Volunteer with us

We are a small team that works hard to make a big difference to the lives of the patients and staff of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Volunteering with us is a great way to learn new skills and contribute to the vital work of our hospitals.

The difference we're making at King's

You can never quite know the importance of King's life-changing care, unless you've experienced it first hand like Jesse, Maurice, Kanayo and Charles. Whenever you need it, we're working with King's to ensure it's the best care possible.