Ways you can help

If you would like to support our Cystic Fibrosis Centre please consider making a donation to the centre. Any donation big or small will help our patients in their battle with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), live independent lives, and make their frequent admissions into hospital more comfortable.

Please make cheque donations payable to:

Heartlands Cystic Fibrosis Centre.

Our registered charity number is: 1074745

If you are planning a fund raising event, we'd love to here from you. You can post your event on our website, or if your would like to speak to someone about your event and how we can support you please email us. The  contact details of our trustees can be found here.

The simplest way that you can help is by making a donation:

One-off donations can be made by simply clicking on the Make a donation button opposite. You can donate any amount of your choice.

Any cheque donations should be made to:

Heartlands Cystic Fibrosis Centre.

Reg. Charity No. 1074745

Regular donations:

If you would like to make a regular donation you can do by clicking on the link below and visiting our Just Giving page.

If you would like to help the Heartlands Cystic Fibrosis Centre there are a variety of ways you could help.

Make a donation

Please click here to go directly to our Just Giving page and follow the instructions on how to donate.

On our Just Giving page you will see examples of people who have also donated to the CF Centre, or who are currently fundraising for the centre. You can sponsor any of these fundraising activities and be sure that any donation you make will go directly towards helping the Centre and our patients.


You can make a difference by leaving a Gift in your will for the West Midlands Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre. Legacies left to charities in Wills are always greatly appreciated. However it is always advisable to speak to a solicitor when deciding to do this.

Please contact Dr David Stableforth  to find out how legacies can help our patients and the CF Centre. David was the founder of our CF Centre back in 2002 and is one of our Trustees.

Contact: Home no. 01676 533 279, or mobile no. 07773 382 025

Charitable Trusts

Charitable trusts and charitable organizations have often been very supportive to our Centre and provided a lot of support for the construction of our Centre back in 2002.

Grants from trusts enable us to purchase expensive additional equipment for our patients that the NHS cannot provide.

This kind of support also enables us to take on new projects within the centre, and provide us with the funds to ensure the continuation of our patient services.

We are currently looking for funding through charitable trusts for the following projects:

  • Refurbishment of 16 of our inpatient rooms. Cost £15,000 per room.

If you have any questions about ways in which you can help support our CF Centre and our CF Centre charity, or you simply require a bit of help with making a donation, please contact:

Elaine Chapman, our CF Centre Manager on 0121 4242 611


email Elaine at Elaine.Chapman@heartofengland.nhs.uk

Alternatively if you would like to simply advertise your fundraising event on our website please let us know.

Thank you for your support.

The Marc Mulvale Appeal

The Marc Mulvale Appeal has been set up as Heartlands Cystic Fibrosis Centre's 'charity shop' arm by the Mulvale family and close friend Teresa Moore in memory of Marc Mulvale.

The Trust raises funds by collecting and selling unwanted items through car-boot sales, auctions, ebay and recycling schemes, with all monies raised going directly towards helping our CF patients and the CF Centre.In addition, the Trust also holds fund raising events and operates other fund raising schemes.

Jane Mulvale recently became a Trustee for our Centre and is extremely passionate about raising funds and making people more aware about CF.

Please visit the Marc Mulvale Appeal on Facebook, like our page and follow how you can help by donating items or supporting our schemes and events.

The Marc Mulvale Appeal also has a just giving page.

Alternatively, please contact Jane 01886 830208 or Teresa 07773 592168.