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Help us buy a Giraffe Omnibed..join our Just Giving campaign here.

**VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED**

Could you spare a few hours on Sunday 30th August from 9.30am until approx 12pm to help us out at our event at Capstone Country Park? This will be our busiest run to date and we're desperately seeking people to help us on the day. If you can please send us an email or call on 01634 825122. If you are taking part please consider asking your family and friends, who might be coming along anyway, if they'd consider helping.

The Oliver Fisher Neonatal Unit is currently recruiting qualified Nurses.  For more information please contact Matron Louise Proffitt via email here or via telephone to 01634 825125.

Our newly refurbished High Dependency Nursery is now OPEN! Thank you to all those that donated to our Hippo Appeal last year in order to get this facility up and running.  See the full details of the grand opening here.

Would you like to help the us almost immediately?  Take a look at our Amazon Wish List, it contains lots of things we would like for the Unit that can be purchased and sent to us immediately via Amazon. See our list here.

The easiest way to keep up to date with all things OFSCBT is to register for our email updates.  You can register here.

If you are thinking of holding and event in aid of OFSCBT and would like support or advice please do not hesitate to contact us.  If you have already planned your event please let us know so we can help you promote it!  You can call, email or message us via Facebook.

 The OFSCBT Newsletter is going back into print and we need your stories! If you have have a child that has been on the Unit (for any period of time) and would like to share your experiences we'd love to hear from you - just email us for more information.

Please see our Events page for all the latest up to date information on events that are being held in aid of OFSCBT.  

Caring for Premature Babies

The Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust

Welcome to the Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust. The Trust has helped support the unit for over 25 years & raised in public donations & events over two million pounds. This money has been used to buy life saving equipment for our very sick and tiny premature babies. More donations are always needed to maintain our high standard of equipment and care.