EZE Group supports Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Trust
EZE Group’s charitable arm has become an official supporter of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Trust.
The EZE Group Foundation will help raise money for the QE through a variety of activities and initiatives.
EZE Group CEO Dominic O’Reilly said: “We’re really looking forward to working with the QEHBT’s fundraising officer Laura Power, and the rest of the team there.
“Improving health care through better facilities, research and welfare is something ordinary people relate to, and we’ll be working with the charity to help leverage support through our involvement with Birmingham City FC, and other initiatives.”
EZE group is a Birmingham City FC diamond partner, and has already raised money for QEHBT through a ground collection at Blues’ recent home game against Bournemouth.
QEHBT head of fundraising Justine Day said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have EZE Group Foundation join us as an official supporter.
“Thanks to the generous support of donors like the EZE Group Foundation, we’re able to provide a level of patient care beyond what NHS funding alone can deliver.”
The charity team at QEHBT is dedicated to improving the experience of patients, their families, and hospital staff.
In recent months, the charity has launched a partnership with Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer, which aims to raise £1 million to bring screening and treatment services together.
And in the summer, supporters welcomed the Prince of Wales as he opened Fisher House, a ‘home from home’ for the loved ones of military patients.
The 18-bedroom facility offers comfort and emotional support to the families of injured and sick servicemen and women.
The charity also aims to raise £3 million to support four other projects it has planned.