6th December

19 days to go...

George's Story

George Bromley is a young fundraiser who makes his own bracelets and keyrings to raise money for his favourite hospitals.

George was only two when he was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome – a very rare but serious disorder which is usually caused by an adverse reaction to medications or an infection. In George’s case, it was a reaction to eye drops he was given when he suffered from conjunctivitis.

The reaction made him blister so badly, he had to be admitted to the Burns Unit and he spent two weeks in hospital. Afterwards, he was left with long-term damaged to his eyelids and now receives regular check-ups at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.

We’re so grateful to all our young fundraisers who find unusual and unique ways to raise money. Well done George for being our fantastic Day Six video.

To find out more about how you can show your support for our family of NHS Manchester hospitals this Christmas, click here.

About Manchester Foundation Trust Charity

Manchester Foundation Trust Charity supports continuing excellence in treatment, research and care in our family of hospitals across Manchester and Trafford, comprising:

Manchester Royal Infirmary | Wythenshawe Hospital | Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Manchester Royal Eye Hospital | Saint Mary’s Hospital | Manchester University Dental Hospital
Withington Community Hospital | Trafford General Hospital | Altrincham Hospital
North Manchester General Hospital

As a charity our mission is simple: to support the excellence in treatment, research and care we provide to the 2.5 million patients who are treated by our hospitals each year. We want to make a real difference to the people we treat – young and old – by making sure that they continue to receive the very best treatment in the very best facilities.

Your support today could make a real and lasting difference this Christmas and all year round.

Thank you.