Share the Love: 10% of our profits go to Kitty at the Liverpool Women's Hospital.
We like to do things in an enlightened way here at Oh Me Oh Mama HQ and we do that by donating 10% of our profits to the ‘Kitty’ fund at the Liverpool Women’s Hospital. It’s the place where babies are born and mothers are made, and we just couldn't think of a better place to look after just as they did for us in our time of need.
So, not only do you get that tingly excited feeling once at buying a hamper for your nearest and dearest, but you get it twice, knowing that you are making a difference to the future of the Liverpool Women’s Hospital and future generations of mothers to be
To see all of the good things the Liverpool Women’s Hospital are up to please visit www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk
As a specialist Foundation Trust, Liverpool Women's is dedicated to the health of women and their families. Each year, the Trust now delivers over 8,000 babies, carries out 10,000 gynaecological procedures and cares for 1,000 preterm infants on our Neonatal Unit and places as much importance on their emotional welfare as we do on delivering high standards of clinical care.
Putting patients first is at the heart of everything we do. That's why our job as a registered charity is to raise funds on behalf of the Trust to enhance overall patient experience - the little extra that goes beyond that provided by the NHS and can make a big difference to the comfort and well being of our patients.
Kitty is our new friendly face of Liverpool Women's Charity and from now on she will be the focal point for raising awareness of our work and particularly of the benefits we bring to the patients and families of Liverpool and the surrounding areas.
We couldn't achieve what we do without the help of willing volunteers and charitable donations. Both the Trust's Board members and myself would like to thank all those who have kindly supported us and made donations to date.
The website: http://www.thekitty.org introduces the work of 'The Kitty' and outlines what we are doing to enhance patient care - and most critically how you can help and get involved.
Chairman, Charitable Funds Committee Liverpool Womens Hospital