Help to fund initiatives that play a tremendously important role in enhancing and sustaining the emotional wellbeing of our staff. This, in turn, enables them to continue to provide the highest level of care for our patients.
Help us to enhance and support patient care at the Hospital where the need is greatest by donating to our Friends fund
Donations to the Heartbeat Fund will enable us to enhance the care given to local heart patients.
Help your Hospital to introduce the latest technologies to detect, diagnose and treat cancer.
Our Lollipop Appeal is raising crucial funds to benefit the care of sick and critically ill children, from babies to teens, in our hospitals.
Many of our older patients have no family to visit, but you can help make them feel cared for and valued.
Our Little Buds Fund supports our Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and our Maternity Wards.
Molly had a special relationship with the Pine Unit at Darenth Valley Hospital and would prefer donations (rather tan flowers) to support their Cancer Fighting Fund
In memory of Phil Eadie
Before passing away on 25/05/23 our mum (Jen) had been an in patient at DVH numerous times over the last year. The nursing staff on both Palm & Beech wards were so kind to her & they had many conversations, laughs & jokes with her as well as helping her through her bad days. This is our way of saying Thank You on her behalf
In memory of David, who passed away in April 2023 and who was so conscientiously cared for Darent Valley
When our son was born, he spent six days in the hospital's special care unit for babies. We saw first hand how great the department was and want to ensure that every baby born under the care of Darent Valley receives the very best possible chance to survive and thrive.
John was a patient of the Heart Centre that cared for him
We would like to thank the staff at Darent Valley Hospital that cared for Mum during her recent illness.
Help me raise funds so my Hospital can introduce the latest technologies to detect, diagnose and treat cancer sooner
To create and raise awareness of rare genetic anemia's.
On the 31st of January 2022 our mother Susan handy passed away with COPD and Heart Failure, we would like to raise awareness and money for the hospital to help and support future patients
We want to ensure that every baby born under the care of Darent Valley Hospital receives the very best possible chance to survive and thrive, from the moment they are conceived until after the birth.