Whether you are celebrating Easter, Ramadan, Eid, Vaisaikhi, Vesak, Diwali or Christmas there are lots of ways you can support Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity whilst celebrating with your families and communities;


Why not donate a Virtual Easter Egg or give one of our Alternative Gifts - the gift that keeps on giving? For more information visit our Christmas or Easter pages.


You could support us by choosing to donate to our Muslim Patient and Staff Wellbeing and Environment Fund, or why not make Eid special for our patients, by purchasing them gifts from our Amazon Wishlist. You can ask family and friends to make a donation instead of giving presents for Eid, by setting up your own Eid celebration page on JustGiving, or purchase one of our Alternative Gifts on our Eid page in a loved ones name.


You could donate to our charity as part of your celebration, or if you want a real challenge, you could get sponsored to give up all of the delicious indian sweets, jalebis, and gulaab jaamans that Vaisakhi is famous for. Find out more about our Give it Up campaign and sign up this Vaisakhi.


You could donate to our charity as part of your of your celebration or perhaps host a special Vesak performance or show to celebrate the life of Buddha, and sell tickets or request donations. To organise and register your own fundraising event click here.


Diwali (The Festival of Lights) is all about sharing and connecting with family and friends, and giving of gifts to boost feelings of fellowship and love. You could donate or collect on behalf of our hospital as part of your Diwali celebrations, or why not ask family and friends to make donations to our charity in place of usual Diwali gifts. You can easily request donations instead of presents by setting up your own Diwali celebration page on JustGiving or visit our online shop for lots of amazing gift ideas.

If you would like to register your fundraising with us we can help you with ideas and support you through your fundraising journey. Thank you for your support. 

We are proud that our hospitals and staff represent all that is fantastic about our multi-cultural and diverse Birmingham and the Midlands.  Here are some messages from our Chaplaincy Staff:

Watch the 2020 Ramadan Message from our Imam Dr. Aftab Parvaz at Birmigham Women's and Children's Hospital below: