Official Haematology Charity For King's College Hospital
WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN TACKLE BLOOD CANCERS & DISORDERS
We are the Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) and the official charity for the Haematology Department at King’s College Hospital in London. Funds we raise benefit patients with blood cancers and a range of blood disorders such as Leukaemia, Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, Myeloma, Sickle Cell Disease and more. We reply on the generous support of the public, King’s patients and their families, and Lions Clubs across the UK.
More than 40,000 people are diagnosed with a blood cancer in the UK every year, and thousands more with blood disorders. With our help King’s can provide patients with the best care and treatments available, ultimately saving more lives. The funds we raise help to ensure that new and improved treatments can be created for patients in the UK and overseas. Donations are also used to cover the cost of ward and laboratory developments, along with state-of-the art equipment that is vital in the treatment process.
This year we are working hard to raise funds towards our Going for Gold Fundraising Campaign target of £300,000. We have raised just over 60% of our target, so we need your help to reach our total! Please support us – together we can make a positive difference.
From the blog
South Coast Ultra Challenge Team Raise Funds For LIBRA
A team of four amazing supporters successfully completed the South Coast Ultra Challenge from 2 to 3 September 2023, raising over £2,500 for LIBRA. Jack Chambers, his brother Joel, along with friends Tom Steiner and Matt Voyce took part in the 100k adventure. They were inspired to raise funds in memory of their friend Vanessa, […]
Founded by members of Lions Clubs International in 1976, we are the only charity which solely campaigns for the world-renowned haematology laboratories and blood cancer wards at King’s, including the ELF and LIBRA Ward and the Davidson Ward.
Our Trustees work closely with the hospital’s haematology team to ensure their funding requirements are met. With our support, they can provide first class patient care and develop and trial new treatments for patients with blood cancers and other serious disorders. Treatments created at King’s benefit people in the UK and around the world.Watch The Video