The impact of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) cannot be overstated.
I could not be more thankful for the outpouring of love and support for my documentary David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived. The main reason I am able to be here now is due to their expert team at the RNOH. That’s why I became an ambassador for the RNOH Charity over 10 years ago.
The Spinal Cord Injury Centre, where I stayed, is dedicated to comprehensive rehabilitation for people like me who experienced life changing spinal cord injuries. The centre needs funds for its out-dated Day room to create a space that enhances the wellbeing of patients, promotes community and elevates morale during recovery.
“Spinal Cord Injury paralyses someone every 4 hours”
Please join me in supporting the incredible work of the RNOH and helping other patients who face similar challenges by supporting (give only what you can afford) our Go-Fund Me. We aim to raise the funds before Christmas so the work can begin in the new year.
Thank you so much for helping to support the hospital that rebuilds lives like mine. Best wishes, David Holmes.
*In the event that we raise surplus funds, the RNOH Charity will allocate these funds towards its most pressing needs and general charitable activities.