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With no shareholders, giving back is in our nature.

Our Charitable Trust has a long history of supporting people, communities and charities.

Charitable Trust

Westfield Health

As a not-for-profit company, we’ve always believed in giving something back to the communities in which we live and work. And with the NHS facing increasing pressures and charitable donations more essential than ever, our support can be invaluable.

We donate an average of £750,000 every year to the NHS and health related charities. We donate to both national and local charities, helping out wherever we can and working harder to nurture the health and wellbeing of communities across the UK.

Some of our latest donations include:

  • £1,000 donation to Mobility Trust
  • £1,000 donation to Care in Crosspool
  • £2,000 donation to Sheffield Age UK
  • £1,000 in donations to Macmillan Cancer Support
Westfield Health

We’re extremely proud to have donated over


since 1996 to local and national hospitals and charities that support people’s health and wellbeing.

What our charitable recipients say

£250,000 to Sheffield Hospitals Charity

David Reynolds, Executive Director at Sheffield Hospitals Charity thanks us for donating to the Northern General Hospital helipad appeal, helping to get critically injured patients seen quicker.

Over £29,000 to Support Dogs

Danny Anderson, Fundraising Manager at Support Dogs talks about how our donations are helping to support and train specialist assistance dogs for people with disabilities and medical conditions.

Over £600,000 to Weston Park Cancer Charity

Samantha Dixon, Chief Executive Officer at Weston Park Cancer Charity, explains how our support has helped to create a better life for cancer patients and their families.

Project Spotlight

Last year our Charitable Trust donated £50,000 to Sheffield Children’s Hospital to help create a new safeguarding support unit for vulnerable young people.

The newly developed space opened to patients in December 2019 after 18 months of design and building work and features bigger rooms, specialist artwork, and unique space for play.

This specialist facility has been specially developed to support children and young people where there have been safeguarding concerns. This includes patients with potential neglect or physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, where specialist children’s doctors are required.


As part of our special centenary donations in 2019, we donated £50,000 to Ashgate Hospicecare in Chesterfield to help transform the centre’s 30 year-old bed bays into nine private rooms to provide patients with a more comfortable and personal space, and last month they officially opened for use.

The new private rooms will completely transform the way the centre cares for its patients and enable them to care for more people at any given time thanks to reduced restrictions compared to the old bays.

Not only that, the new rooms will allow patients to increase the amount of precious personal time they can have with their families and give their loved ones somewhere private to grieve once they’ve passed.


Our Charitable Trust recently donated £20,000 to Nottingham Hospitals Charity’s BIG Appeal; a charitable initiative with the aim of improving the parent and family accommodation and paediatric imaging of their children’s hospital.

Evidence shows that having a loved one close by improves post-operative recovery, reduces anxiety, and helps with overall wellbeing. So, providing parents and families with a comfortable space to stay so that they can be near their children is incredibly important.

Our donation will be used to purchase new furniture and room upgrades for the children’s hospital’s accommodation rooms, making is easier for parents and families to be near their children when they’re needed most.


Last September, Westfield Health proudly sponsored Mencap’s National Learning Disability Swimming Championships event in Liverpool.

The event is a fantastic way for hundreds of people with learning disabilities to come together and compete at a sport that keeps them active and healthy, with their family and friends in the stands to cheer them on.

Events like these are wonderful for the physical and mental health of the participants, bringing them together to train and compete with their friends and families.


Application Criteria

As long as your charity meets our criteria (a medical, NHS related or health and wellbeing focused charity registered with the charities commission for England and Wales, the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, the OSCR in Scotland or the Association of Jersey Charities) then you would be eligible for consideration.

You can submit an application in writing or by email. Please include a covering note detailing the specifics of what you are applying for along with any supporting information that you feel is relevant and a breakdown of the costs. Please feel free to apply for a specific amount.

Applications should be submitted to charity@westfieldhealth.com. There are no deadlines, submissions are considered throughout the year.

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