Donate to the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

The RHN is a charity, independent of the NHS, that provides specialist inpatient assessment, rehabilitation and long-term care and support for adults with complex and profound disabilities, due to acquired brain injury or disease.

We pride ourselves on caring for our patients as individuals, offering hope, as well as practical and emotional support to them and their families. We also have a leading research programme that informs and shapes best practices in caring for and rehabilitating adults with brain injury or illness.

Make a single donation

Where does your donation go?

£0.76p, that’s how much of your donation goes towards our services for patient care, from every £1 of voluntary income received. With a goal of £0.80p in 2024, our target for 2024 is £3.1 million.

As a charity, we also offer a range of additional rehabilitation therapies and leisure services which we fundraise for. These include music therapy, assistive technology for communication and mobility, occupational therapeutic art, wheelchair, and chaplaincy services.

Capital projects, such as ward refurbishments and new medical technologies are also supported by public donations. What we’ve done so far

Impact of COVID-19

Our income has been dramatically impacted by the pandemic. Despite this drop, we still need to continue providing these essential, life-enhancing services that patients, residents and their families depend on. We’ve had to change the way we work to adapt to the pandemic, which means we’ve seen an increase in costs, as well as an increase in demand for our services.

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, which means that we agree to ensure our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful.
Our fundraising pledge