Hurstwood Park League of Friends was originally formed in November 1971 as a charitable trust to aid patients who were in need of assistance and to support the charitable work of Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre.
Today, the League of Friends is solely concerned with raising funds for, and highlighting the good work of Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre.
As a charitable trust, all monies raised go directly towards purchasing equipment for the Centre which directly benefits patients.
Brian Gubbin became Chairman of the League of Friends in 1994. Since then, he and his wife Sue have worked tirelessly to raise the profile of the League of Friends.
In the last 12 years, the League has raised nearly £2,000,000 which has all gone towards the purchase of equipment used in theatre, on the wards and also to improve facilities at Hurstwood Park for patients.
Hurstwood Park League of Friends is a Registered Charity No 263171. Further information on the Charity is available under the Central Register of Charities.
How to donate
There are many ways in which you can raise money and donate to Hurstwood Park League of Friends. Currently main donations are received as personal cheques or corporate donations.
If you would like to donate by personal cheque, please complete a Donor Gift Aid Declaration form (click on link to web site below) as this will enable the claiming of a further 28% back (at no cost to you) in addition to the total sum of your cheque - every penny counts towards supporting Hurstwood Park.
If you are raising money by sponsorship, please ask that your sponsors also complete a Gift Aid Declaration form for cheques they may have written to Hurstwood Park League of Friends in order that the 28% can be claimed.
Please make cheques payable to "Hurstwood Park League of Friends" and forward to:
Brian Gubbin, Chairman at the League of Friends
Hurstwood Park League of Friends
Telephone: 01323 890879 or 01323 892284
For more information please see the Hurstwood Park League of Friends website.