Please give generously to the Red Sky Foundation. Our programmes rely upon the support of individuals, companies, trusts and organisations to continue helping us make a difference in our hospitals, schools and local communities. There are lots of ways to help the Red Sky Foundation. Thank you for your kindness!

Thank you for taking the time to read about our story, and understanding more about how the Red Sky Foundation makes a positive difference to cardiac patients across the North East of England. Every single penny of profit we raise helps those in direct need of our support. If you can’t make it to a Red Sky Event, we would be delighted if you can make a donation.  Your donations directly support our cardiac care programmes and the money raised is used to provide vital funds for large and small pieces of equipment, facilities, aftercare and research which is vital across the North East to continue the amazing success.  

Ways to Donate:

Cheque

Cheques should be made payable to Red Sky Foundation and be sent
to:

RED SKY FOUNDATION

c/o Avery Martin Accountants

Gainford House

Picktree Lane

Chester le Street

DH3 3SR

BACS

To make a payment by BACS please use the bank details below:

Sort code 830425
Account No.
16424963

*Please let us know when you have made a payment into our bank account
so that we can update our records and express our gratitude 

SEE WHERE THE MONEY GOES FROM YOUR VITAL FUND-RAISING

Over £350,000
Has been raised for Charity so far, thanks to your incredible donations.
2 STATE OF THE ART HUGE ECHO HEART SCANNERS
Have been purchased this year for Sunderland Hospital and James Cook Hospital, thanks to the donations we have raised.
ORGAN CARE TRANSPLANT SYSTEM MACHINE
A machine which prolongs the life span of a transplant heart during transportation giving patients the best possible chance of survival. The unit featured heavily on BBC “Heart Matters – A Chance to Live” and on the Pride of Britain Awards!
PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATORS
We have funded countless defibrillators linked to the emergency services help save peoples' lives in the event of a cardiac arrest
THE ANNUAL SALARY OF A SPECIALIST FONTAN PROCEDURE NURSE
The first appointment of its kind in the UK
ONGOING HOLISTIC TREATMENT FOR BABIES AND CHILDREN
in Ward 23 at the Freeman
SPECIALIST SOFTWARE FOR 3 OF THE REGIONS CARDIOLOGISTS
TO ILLUSTRATE TO PARENTS HOW THEY PLAN TO TREAT THEIR CHILDREN IN SURGERY
23 x Defibrillators to combat Coronavirus
Have been purchased for Sunderland Royal Hospital wards to treat patients fighting Covid-19
KICKSTART A PROGRAMME TO WORK WITH LOCAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS TO HAVE THEIR OWN DEFIBRILLATORS