The Grace Research Fund is a fundraising initiative involving the University Hospital Coventry, George Elliot and Warwick Hospitals and the University of Warwick. Read on for some of the ways you can get involved in forthcoming events.
Coventry vs. Wolves
Saturday 26 April at 1pm (minibus leaves the front of University house at 12.15pm)
The Grace Research Fund is CCFC’s charity this season, and they have given us the opportunity to collect at this match, with free tickets for the game for any volunteers who’d like to stay and watch. This is a child-friendly event with a special craft area for children to enjoy.The game is at Sixfields Stadium, Northants and we can offer transport from campus for anyone who needs it.
The Big Push
Sunday 11 May at 10am
This is a fun, fancy-dress trolley or buggy push from the University Hospital (Walsgrave) to the University of Warwick, finishing with a buffet meal, cash bar & prize giving at Cryfield Pavilion. Entry: £10 adults / £5 students / Children 15 & under free
Grace Research Fund
The Grace Research Fund is a fundraising initiative involving the University Hospital Coventry, George Elliot and Warwick Hospitals and the University of Warwick. We are very fortunate in our region that our hospitals are well-equipped. Therefore, the money we raise is used to support much needed medical research into the causes of premature births and the best forms of neonatal care, allowing us to enhance the well-being of babies and their families.Each year we run a series of charitable events to raise money and, of course, we welcome gifts from generous donors! There are many ways you can support the Grace Research Fund.
The Grace Research Fund is administered by the University of Warwick, which is a tax-exempt charity. All donations we receive go directly to Grace projects. There are many ways you can support the Grace Research Fund – find out more and get involved through their website.