St. Mark's Hospital Foundation supports the work of St. Mark's Hospital in Harrow which is the world's first specialist bowel disease hospital. Set up to fund what the NHS can’t, the money we raise from the general public goes to ensure vital research, education and training goes ahead each year, keeping St. Mark’s at the very pinnacle of success.
With the right research, education and training we believe that all categories of bowel disease could be eliminated in the future.
|CHAIRMAN||TRUSTEES||EX-OFFICIO BOARD MEMBER|
|Mr. Michael Liebreich||Prof. Christine Norton||Mr. Robin Kennedy|
|Prof. Robin Phillips||Dr. Simon Gabe|
|Dr. Michele Marshall|
|Mr. William Phillips|
Anthony has overall responsibility for the Foundation's office including sponsorship opportunities and donations in memory of a loved one.
|Trusts & Foundations Fundraising Manager|
Riyah joined the team in February 2009 and aims to raise much needed funds through Trusts and Foundations.
|Community & Events Executive|
Alex works on Community & Events fundraising, Small Business fundraising initiatives and the Ambassador & Voluteer schemes.
Stephanie Van Der Wens
Stephanie is the Challenge Events Co-Ordinator and manages the marketing of the charity. She also works on Community & Events fundraising.
Shelina manages the Foundation's database, creates fundraising reports and offers overall support in the fundraising office.
|Finance & Administrator Executive|
Joining the team in March 2010, Zeenat has been carrying out all bookkeeping functions and overseeing the Foundation's finance records and management accounts.
Beating bowel disease. Saving lives.
Achievements that St. Mark’s Hospital Foundation has helped to make possible include:
■ The Wolfson Unit for Endoscopy – the largest and only one in the UK
■ Family Cancer Clinic (Polyposis Registry) – the oldest registry in the world
■ Intestinal Failure and Rehabilitation Unit – the larger of only two centres of its kind in the UK
■ Psychological Medicine Unit – offering support to patients with chronic illnesses