HOW FUNDS HAVE BEEN SPENT

 
As set out in the Aims of the Charity, the RFLF's main aims are concerned with improving either the care or comfort of young adults suffering from leukaemia and particularly in the places where Rob received the majority of his treatment - Guy's/St Thomas' Hospital, London; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn; and Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.

 

As of September 2021, The following sums have been donated:

 

Guy's/St Thomas's Hospital.
£76,900 donated to equip a dedicated social/entertainment room in the new unit for teenagers and young people with cancer and leukaemia.

 

Shouldham Ward, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn.
£55,000 donated - £5,000 of it for a much-needed computer server, the remainder for patient comforts such as Sky Television, laptops, games consoles, DVDs, puzzles and games, and much more.

 

Teenage Cancer Trust, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
£75,200 donated to patient comforts including a juke box and similar items (excluding Sky Television) to those provided for Shouldham Ward.

 

 

Adam Bird Appeal
£3,000 donated. Adam's father Nick, was a school friend of Robert and his sister Helen.

 

About £17,000 is presently uncommitted.
 
We thank all those who have supported, who continue to support, or who are thinking of supporting RFLF in the future.
Facilities at Teenage Cancer Trust - Click to Enlarge