Who are we and why should you support us? Please watch this video and share.
Would you like to help the us almost immediately? Take a look at our Amazon Wish List, it contains lots of things we would like for the Unit that can be purchased and sent to us immediately via Amazon. See our list here.
Sign up for this years Medway Mile and raise funds for OFSCBT, just email or call us for a sponsor form.
The Oliver Fisher 10km run takes place on Sunday 28th August at Capstone Country Park. For more information see here.
Tickets are now on sale for our Winter Fundraising Ball which is to be held at Priestfield Football Stadium, Gillingham on Saturday 12th November 2016. Tickets are priced at £50 per head and include a sparkling champagne reception, 3 course meal, wine, entertainment, raffle and auction. Please call us on 01634 825122 or email us to get your tickets now!
The Teddy Care Appeal is the Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trusts brand new appeal for 2016. We are aiming to raise £200,000 for the redevelopment of our Transitional Care Nursery. Transitional Care was opened in 2000 and it is there to ensure mothers and their babies are kept together after delivery should the baby require a small amount of medical intervention but does not require admission to Neonatal Intensive Care unit. It is a rare facility to find within the NHS, but Medway Maritime Hospital is lucky to have this service due to funding from the Oliver Fisher charity. Over recent years it has become apparent that the ward is no longer operating to its full potential in its current format. Storage cupboards and “pull out” beds that were originally installed are not suitable for women after delivery, who possible could have undergone surgery. Space is minimal and does not allow mothers to move around freely to care for their babies. The charity trust would like to raise £200,000 in 2016 to completely alter the layout of the existing bed spaces to make them as comfortable as possible for the mothers and babies we look after there; there will also be the provision of better clinical area and office area with 2 brand new bathrooms. These changes will also provide the full capacity for 8 babies and their mothers. To support our appeal please see our campaign page here.
See our events page for ways you can get involved with fundraising for OFSCBT.
The easiest way to keep up to date with all things OFSCBT is to register for our email updates. You can register here.
Please see our Events page for all the latest up to date information on events that are being held in aid of OFSCBT.
The Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust
Welcome to the Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust. The Trust has helped support the unit for over 25 years & raised in public donations & events over two million pounds. This money has been used to buy life saving equipment for our very sick and tiny premature babies. More donations are always needed to maintain our high standard of equipment and care.