The was registered as a Charity in 1989. A group of businessmen and women in the City of Birmingham had been approached to support the activities of City Hospital NHS Trust, a large General Hospital situated in the 5th most deprived area in the country.
These businessmen and women decided to form the Charity to promote the health and well-being of the population of West Birmingham, the City of Birmingham, adjacent counties and through research and specialist projects, the United Kingdom and other countries throughout the world.
Helping to make a difference
"The funds which you provided to allow us to procure a heater probe has undoubtedly led to significant improvements in the quality of the service which we can provide."
Dr S Singal, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
"Due to your sponsorship and grant, we have improved the service for Urodynamics. The waiting time was 13 months. Since the arrival of the equipment, the waiting time has gone down to 5 weeks."
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" The energy and commitment of the trustees to the wellbeing of children, their great concern on behalf of those young people who experience mental distress and take recourse to self-harm as a coping strategy, and their awareness of the parallel feelings of helplessness and fear that can be evoked in parents and other adults concerned with the well-being of young people, have been an inspiration which has sustained and given direction to this project over its lengthy lifespan."
Sue Morris, Educational Psychology Programme Director at the University of Birmingham.