And raise funds for the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Take a Winter Walk with us and support the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability and people living with complex brain injury.
This 5 mile sponsored walk will start at the historic hospital taking you down to Wimbledon Common, through the leafy trees and mosaic woodlands before heading back up to the RHN for a hot lunch and drink.
On route you will also walk past a striking War Memorial which is inscribed with the names of local men who gave their lives for their country in World War I of 1914-1918.
This scenic and beautiful 5 mile walk promises to be a great day out for all the family and friends.
Saturday 8th February 2020, 10am – 2pm
Registration fee is £10 for an individual and £25 for a family.
Fundraising target is £100 for an individual, £300 for a family and £500 for a group of 6+.
You can purchase your tickets here, or alternatively you can contact our events team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8780 4560.
Why Sign up?
The RHN is no ordinary hospital. From their staff, the additional therapies they offer and individualised rehabilitation, they take a holistic approach to supporting their patients and their families.
Supporting the RHN makes a real difference to people who experience disability as a result of a brain injury. Without your donations the RHN simply can't provide the services that enhance the quality of life for the patients and their families.
The difference you can make is that you can be essential in making sure that the hospital can continue to fund life-changing services such as music therapy, electronic assistive technology, occupational therapy art, bespoke wheelchairs and leisure and family services.
As a registered medical charity, the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) provides specialist rehabilitation and long term care for adults with complex brain injuries. We provide 24 hour care for over 230 patients and residents at any one time - people who are too severely disabled to live at home. The RHN was first established in 1854 to provide care for people who were living with chronic or incurable disease. Since then, our care has evolved as we now specialise in neurological disability and are a research centre. The RHN also specialises in providing holistic therapies such as music and occupational art therapy in conjunction with traditional therapies.
So go on join Team RHN!
January 6, 2020