Our new helipad – built on the top of Ruskin Wing – will help save thousands of lives across south east London and Kent, thanks to your support and donations.
Sister Jen helped fundraise for King's helipad by being sponsored to wear a vintage nurse's dress to work.
Karl Mooney narrowly escaped death after falling 30 feet through an open window to the ground.
After learning about King’s Helipad Appeal, Geoff decided to use his musical talents in a show of support.
Harry's life was saved at King's with emergency brain surgery after a near fatal fall from a tree.
Dr Rony Berrebi, who works in King’s Anaesthetics and Critical Care department, combined his passions for medicine and music and organised a special fundraising concert.
Artist Natalie Abadzis raised money for King’s Helipad through selling artwork from her successful exhibition, ‘Break your fall’, in thanks to the hospital for saving her life.
Three years ago Suzanne was the victim of a cruel, random attack.