Reich Group proudly supports a number of community charities including Manchester Children's Hospital, Ronald McDonald Charity and Pumping Marvellous.

Ronald McDonald Housing Charities

"Our houses give families somewhere to lay their heads at night while their child is in hospital. Our accommodation is provided free of charge and for as long as families need it, sparing them some of the financial issues that can arise during a prolonged hospital stay. According to a recent report by BLISS, families with a sick baby in hospital can face unexpected extra expenses of up to £2,000 per hospital visit.

Ronald McDonald houses enable parents to stay as close as possible to the children's ward and in doing so greatly reduce the need to travel and all of its associated stresses and costs. Further, results of a recent study conducted at our house in Oxford show clearly that family members were able to sleep better and for longer whilst in a Ronald McDonald house, compared to sleeping on their child's ward. It is this quality sleep and recuperation that enables our families to properly support each other and their child in hospital.

Our houses are fitted with everything a family could need to make themselves feel at home. Though it may sound mundane, the provision of facilities such as a laundry room and a kitchen are precisely what allows families to maintain some degree of normality. The staff in a Ronald McDonald house are also on hand to offer support when needed, such as a listening ear or a chat over a cup of tea."

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Pumping Marvellous

"The mission of The Pumping Marvellous Foundation is to give HOPE to heart failure patients and their families by involving them in their own care. We advocate for them at a local, regional and national level and work in tandem with the NHS to deliver the right care."

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Royal Manchester Children's Hospital

"Greater Manchester and the North West has long-since been renowned for its commitment and high standard of medical care for children. When the new Royal Manchester Children's Hospital (RMCH) opened, we bid a fond farewell to Booth Hall Hospital, and the old RMCH at Pendlebury. Both hospitals have fascinating and inspiring stories, and have played a fundamental role in healthcare in Manchester during the last two centuries."

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