Our Chairman, Simon Douglas Lane and the Trustees meet each month to consider the hospital’s needs and decide on the allocation of money to provide items requested or to contribute to major projects for the benefit of patients where appropriate. Since 2011 the League has continued to work to ensure that the long term future of the Hospital as a vibrant and modern part of our local healthcare delivery is not jeopardised by changes currently taking place within the NHS organisation. We greatly appreciate the support of our volunteers and local population, without which our work would not be possible.
The League raises funds and uses donations to improve facilities and equipment for the benefit of the patients. Its Constitution ensures that the money received and raised is used solely to benefit the Hospital. The League publishes an annual report and Audited Accounts at each calendar year-end in accordance with the Charity Commissioner’s requirements.
The main aims of the League are to assist in improving healthcare for public benefit by educating the public in the needs of patients of Teddington Memorial Hospital (‘the Hospital’), the provision of amenities, buildings and equipment which may be required for the treatment of such patients and to generally support the charitable work of the hospital.
The League continues to build on its profile and reputation, encouraging people to continue with its financial support so that it can undertake further improvements. It is a strong vibrant organisation that encourages membership, support and donations.