Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity – Cardiff

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity

Here at the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity in Cardiff we believe passionately that all children in Wales should get the best possible hospital care. Working with the NHS, we aim to provide the Hospital with state of the art equipment, facilities and family support services. Helping to ensure the best treatment and outcomes possible for its young patients.

We ensure that treatment and outcomes for children can continue to improve by funding new and innovative medical equipment and facilities. We support children and families in the here and now through our emotional support service and the much loved play specialist team and we invest in the future by providing technology that helps train the bright clinicians of tomorrow. We also strive to make the hospital a less frightening and more familiar place for children by sprinkling a little fun and happiness into hospital days. As a charity that relies entirely on donations and gifts in Wills – this is all made possible thanks to people like you.

Why support the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity?

You are here because, like us, you believe that children in Wales deserve the best possible care, in a hospital with the best possible facilities. Like us, you believe in children and like us you want to raise money to ensure that the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital is one of the best in the world. The Noah’s Ark Charity has campaigned, fundraised and delivered. As a result of 15 years hard work and partnership with the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, children in Wales now have their very own Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales – a specialist children’s hospital serving our nation. We ask you to be part of the legacy and join the family #getonboard.

Contact Information

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity, Jungle Ward, Upper Ground Floor, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XW.
Tel: 029 2184 7310
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