Paediatric Neurorunners

Paediatric Neurorunners for SSNAP (Oxford Half Marathon)

Fundraising for SSNAP
£1,142
raised of £1,000 target
by 37 supporters
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Event: Oxford Half Marathon 2022, on 16 October 2022
Participants: Simon Marchant, Maz Aspbury, Luke Baxter
SSNAP Oxford Half Marathon 2022
Campaign by SSNAP (RCN 1146622)
Join 'Team SSNAP' as part of our 40th Anniversary Celebrations, at the Oxford Half Marathon this October, and help support our little patients, their families & the amazing NHS staff that care for them on the Neonatal Unit at the JR Hospital.

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We are members of the Paediatric Neuroimaging Research Group at the University of Oxford (based at the Newborn Care Unit) and we've decided to team up to support this important cause. We appreciate any donations that you can make. Some more information about SSNAP is below. 

In the UK, 1 in 10 babies need specialist care at birth. SSNAP supports sick & premature babies, their families and the amazing NHS staff that care for them in the Newborn Care Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Imagine your newborn baby needing specialist care at birth. Instead of those very special days getting to know your baby as a family, youre catapulted into an unfamiliar world of incubators, wires, medical tests and interventions. While your baby has specialist treatment, we provide emotional and practical support to help you through the trauma & upheaval. Were there to help families cope, and provide state-of-the-art medical equipment and nursing expertise that could save babies lives.In 2022 SSNAP will be celebrating 40 years of being there for families at a time when they need them most. Please support their #SSNAP40 appeal to raise an additional £40,000 in their anniversary year for their incredible cause to enable them to be even more of life-line to so many.

About the campaign

Join 'Team SSNAP' as part of our 40th Anniversary Celebrations, at the Oxford Half Marathon this October, and help support our little patients, their families & the amazing NHS staff that care for them on the Neonatal Unit at the JR Hospital.

About the charity

SSNAP

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RCN 1146622
In the UK, 1 in 10 babies need specialist care at birth. SSNAP supports sick & premature babies and their families in the Newborn Care Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Imagine your newborn baby needing specialist care at birth. Instead of those very special days getting to know your baby as a family, you’re catapulted into an unfamiliar world of incubators, wires, medical tests and interventions. While your baby has specialist treatment, we provide emotional and practical support to help you through the trauma & upheaval. We’re there to help families cope, and provide state-of-the-art medical equipment and nursing expertise that could save babies lives.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,141.30
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£1,141.30
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