Registered charity no. 1074484

Email:        Tel: 07921 852783

Haematology and Transplant Support

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

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Registered charity no. 1074484

Haematology and Transplant Support

Supporting patients and carers of the Haematology and Transplant Unit at The Christie
If you are able to assist us planning or running events, please contact the HaTS Coordinator

Email: Tel:  07921 852783

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Copyright 2017-2019  HaTS Charity.  All rights reserved.


14th August  2019

Freya, the daughter of HaTS trustee Lindsay Ashton, recently completed a 10 mile sponsored walk, raising £112 for HaTS. It’s great to see our young supporters going the extra mile (or 10!).

Freya Walks Miles to Support HaTS

Tour de Manc is a charitable organisation which raises funds for great charities, through cycling. 750 riders tackled the 2019 edition on May 3rd,  with a number cycling for HaTS,

Photos are available at the Tour de Manc Website - just click on the Tour de Manc logo above. Riders included Patrick Byrne who repeated his 2017 and 2018 efforts. Patrick (aka Paddy) is the husband of one of our HTU Transplant patients, Nicola Byrne - you can read Patrick and Nicola’s uplifting story here.  

Tour de Manc rides again 3rd May 2020.

Did you know that as well as rider sponsorship, HaTS receives a third of the profits from Tour de Manc? Recently Tour de Manc presented another £2,500 cheque to our Chair of Trustees, Angie Leather, in July 2018. and a £5000 donation has been made in 2019, HaTS is confirmed as a headline charity for Tour de Manc 2020 and once again will receive a share of the profits.

Fancy challenging yourself and riding theTour de Manc for HaTS ? If you do, just contact the HaTS coordinator and we can help you with your fundraising. Tour de Manc also run a shorter distance sportive in July (8km 16Km, 35km or 48Km options) if the main sportive is too much. So get on yer bike and pedal for HaTS

HaTS Annual Reunion Dinner 2019

After the best reunion so far in 2018, HaTS Trustees have once again decided to hold the 2019 Reunion Celebration Dinner at the Worsley Park Marriott Hotel. The event will be held on 1st November and invites will be sent out late summer, As always, places are limited  - free for patients/Heamatology staff and up to 3 guests. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis so don’t delay responding. If you are unsure whether you are on our mailing list, just email us your full contact details and ask us to ensure you are on the HaTS contact database.

After wonderful 2017 Reunion feedback, HaTS decided to hold the 2018 Reunion Dinner on Friday 19h October 2018, once again at the stunning Worsley Park Marriott Hotel. The event included tombola, raffle, auction, dinner, wine and entertainment. The event reunited patients, families, carers, nurses, doctors and celebrates loved ones no longer with us.  We had some amazing feedback and we think this was the best reunion so far.  You can read a short report here . The 2017 Reunion report and a few photos can be found by  clicking here  and the 2016 Reunion report can be found by  clicking here

HaTS Annual Reunion Dinner 2018

One of our youngest fundraisers, Emily, has completed a testing walk up for HaTS. Together with her dad, Dan, Emily recently completed a sponsored challenge to hike up Cadair Idris , raising over £600 for HaTS. As well as the testing hike, Emily ‘wild camped’ en route.

The donation link is still active …. click  here

And you can see Emily’s summit video by clicking here

Emily’s Sponsored walk up Cadair Idris

Graham McCusker is undertaking the ‘North Coast 500’ cycle route around northern Scotland to fundraise for HaTS. Together with his 3 friends, Declan, Joe and James, Graham will undertake this mammoth challenge between 31st August - 6th September and hopes to raise £2000.  

If you are wondering why, it’s because Graham has directly  benefited from what HaTS does. On 4th February 2016, Graham was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukaemia (APML) and has had treatment on both the PTW and HTDU department.

Now recovered, Graham said “The volunteers from HaTS really made my time in isolation on the Ward more bearable, so I’m doing what I can to give back.”  You will be able to meet Graham at the 2019 Reunion.

You can read more and donate by clicking on this link

HaTS Patient Fundraising by Epic 500 Mile Cycle