Noah's Ark Appeal

Noah's Ark Appeal

Charity information

Noah's Ark Appeal

The Noah’s Ark Appeal is the only charity exclusively fundraising for the Children’s Hospital for Wales. We are raising £7m to fund vital projects and equipment for Phase Two of the hospital.

Founded 2000

  • Mission statement

    Our fundamental objective is the relief of sickness in children admitted to the Cardiff and Vale UHB. We have successfully provided the funds to build Phase One and will now equip and further support the provision of Phase Two in order to achieve a completed Children's Hospital for Wales.

    Our aim is to ensure that the Children’s Hospital for Wales has the best resources available so that the thousands of sick children treated at the hospital each year have access to the best facilities and care from world-class medical teams using the innovative and cutting edge technology and equipment.

    Phase One of the children’s hospital which opened in 2005 and treats children in need of medical and cancer care. Our challenge now is to raise £7 million to fund vital equipment and facilities for Phase Two which is due to be completed in 2015.

    Phase Two will ensure that children in need of surgery and critical care have access to the same child friendly and modern facilities and equipment. Some of the projects we will fund include:
    • MRI scanner
    • Equipment for the new paediatric critical care unit
    • Hydrotherapy pool
    • Enclosed garden for leisure, therapy, education and rehabilitation
    • 2 integrated theatres

  • Aims

    Noah's Ark Appeal aims to:

    • To ensure that sick children in Wales have access to modern, child friendly facilities and receive the best treatment and care available.
  • Overview

    Established: May 2000

    Registered Charity Number: 1069485

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 20

    Phone number: 029 2184 7310

    Address: Noah's Ark Appeal Cardiff Royal Infirmary Newport Road Cardiff CF24 0SZ

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