NHS volunteers are trying to raise £45,000 so they can replace a 17-year-old minibus used to take more than 300 people a year to social groups and appointments. (more…)Read More
Health Stars manages the charitable funds for a range of NHS services on behalf of Humber NHS Foundation Trust, so first and foremost you must be passionate about the NHS and making it shine.Read More
Caitlin, Kieran, Megan and Brooke AKA The Quirky Embracers have worked extremely hard this summer raising money for CAMHS (Children and Young Adult Mental Health Service) in Driffield. To date, The Quirky Embracers have raised almost £1,000 for Health Stars!Read More
Health Stars calls out for votes to bag a share of bag charge fund.
Health Stars is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.Read More
A golf-loving NHS boss is to play the sport non-stop for 16 hours on the longest day of the year in a bid to raise £5,000 for her organisation’s charity.
Michele Moran, Chief Executive of Humber NHS Foundation Trust, will complete as many par three holes in the HU postcode area as she can to help Health Stars.Read More
The memory box project at Maister Lodge is proving to be hugely successful, thanks to funding from KCOM.Read More
Voluntary Services (Humber NHS Foundation Trust) have been huge supporters of Health Stars since it’s launch in 2016. It is great to hear their feedback on some of their granted wishes.Read More
A Big Thank You to the Humber NHS Foundation Trust Clinical Psychology for Older People’s Team, based at the Hull Memory Clinic.
Despite pouring rain, they had great fun taking part in the Leeds Gung-Ho charity event for Health Stars.Read More
Health Stars were given a charity place for the 2017 London Marathon. Unfortunately this place wasn’t filled due to a late injury. The organisers have agreed to defer this place for 2018.
We are looking for a local person that has a passion to make a difference to adult mental health and will be ready to take on the London Marathon challenge in 2018.Read More
An NHS executive is to cycle 220 miles across Britain to raise £1,000 for charity.
Teresa Cope, Chief Operating Officer at Humber NHS Foundation Trust, will complete the coast-to-coast ride for the Trust’s charity, Health Stars, during the summer.Read More