Registered charity no. 1074484

Email: thehatscharity@gmail.com        Tel: 07921 852783

Haematology and Transplant Support

Supporting patients and carers of the Haematology and Transplant Unit at The Christie

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Welcome to HaTS




All donations, however great or small are always gratefully received.




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GDPR and keeping in touch
On 25th May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, which means that HaTS will only be able to continue to communicate with you if you have given us permission to do so. We would love to keep in touch with you about the work we do with the patients of the Haematology and Transplant Unit at the Christie Hospital but we do need your consent.
So please return the form sent to you if you wish to keep in touch. If you haven’t had a form and want to keep in touch, simply email us with your contact details and include the words “I wish to opt in to receiving communications from you by email or post”.  You can find our email address at the top of this page.

HaTS is an independent  charity, whose overriding objective is to provide and improve upon the support and care provided to patients and families of the Haematology and Transplant Unit (HTU) situated in The Christie Hospital.


Originally known as ALUPAL, the charity, celebrating 30 years of existence in 2016, helps patients and their families overcome some of the day to day challenges they encounter when faced with life threatening illnesses and periods of isolation.




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2018

Whilst recognising the excellent clinical care and support provided by the HTU,

HaTS  also recognises that sometimes patients and their families need that little extra support which is often outside of the NHS resources.

The funds raised by HaTS are used to provide financial assistance to those patients and carers experiencing difficulties. The funds also help to improve the service provided on the unit, mainly by providing Complementary Therapies to patients and carers alike. These therapies help with the physical and emotional effects experienced as a result of a cancer diagnosis.

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