About our charity funds
The Peritoneal Malignancy Institute (PMI) has two charity funds which sit within the main Hampshire Hospitals Charity; the PMI research fund and the C2 ward fund. The research fund is used for conferences, training and further research into Pseudomyxoma Peritonei. The ward fund is used to purchase equipment for C2 as well improve facilities within the accommodation.
The Peritoneal Malignancy Institute have secured a Stryker PINPOINT system to aid laparoscopic and open surgery. The equipment, which will benefit patients undergoing surgery, uses Near Infra-red (NIR) fluorescence and Indocyanine Green (ICG) to help see tissues and peritoneal disease better and allows surgeons to check vascularisation to ensure safer surgeries. The PINPOINT system uses HD imaging to allow safe and accurate dissection to take place.
Using money from generous charitable donations the team have been able to purchase two systems which means that the equipment can be used in two surgical theatres at the same time.
There are several ways you can donate to our charity funds:
If you are a UK taxpayer we are able to claim gift aid back on your donation. This costs you nothing extra but means we can claim back 25p in every £1 you donate). You can either contact us for a gift aid form prior to making your donation or make it clear your donation can be gift-aided.
To make a donation to the research fund please make cheques payable to ‘Hampshire Hospitals Charity fund No 4643’.
To make a donation to the ward fund please make cheques payable to ‘Hampshire Hospitals Charity fund No 4237’.
Lots of our donors set up Justgiving pages for sponsored events they hold or participate in. All you need to do is mention Peritoneal Malignancy Institute or the charity fund number somewhere in your narrative and this will be flagged to our finance team. You can also donate directly by clicking here
If you wish to donate cash, please ensure this is clearly marked for the Peritoneal Malignancy Institute and which fund it is intended for. We would not advise sending large amounts of cash through the mail if this can be avoided.