NHS Lothian Charity staff wearing purple t-shirts holding up letters that spell 'Thank You!'

Thank You

Roses are red, the NHS is blue, and this Valentine’s Day we’re saying ‘thank you’

NHS Lothian staff holding up signs that spell out 'Thank You!'

Today, as we celebrate Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to love and affection, we want to take a moment to express our deepest gratitude to all our supporters who make a difference every day.

From West to East Lothian and everywhere in between, your unwavering support for the NHS brings life-changing treatments and everyday comfort to patients across NHS Lothian. Your love and generosity make a difference throughout our hospitals, clinics, and communities to patients and staff alike and we can’t thank you enough.

We want you to know that your kindness doesn’t go unnoticed. The patients and staff of NHS Lothian are immensely grateful for your dedication and support.

To show our appreciation and share our love, we’ve asked our NHS Lothian colleagues, volunteers, and the Charity team to create a Valentine’s message just for you.

Click the play button below to watch our heartfelt message and see the impact of your support.

Thank you to each and every one of our supporters. From all of us at NHS Lothian Charity, Happy Valentine’s Day!

Find out how generous donations from our supporters have helped to support staff and patients across NHS Lothian:

Enhancing Breast Cancer Clinical Practice And Management Through Life-Saving Research

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Developing And Improving Patient Safety Through Better Communication During MRI Scanning

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Gaming carts provide lifeline for children in hospital

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Helping to build a support network for families of children with complex medical needs

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Helping children deal with sudden and traumatic loss

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Helping to alleviate stress and distress for children in pre and post operative care

Thanks to your support the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People has received sensory equipment to improve the experience […]

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Amy Young, NHS Lothian Charity Fundraiser, presenting a check to REDU, St John's

Amy’s story – Why I wanted to raise money and say thank you to the Regional Eating Disorders Unit team who saved my life

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Providing Wellbeing Packs for Patients in Blackford Ward

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