Scoo-B-Doo Registered Charity
Scoo-B-Doo was established in 1982 by a small group of grateful parents, doctors and nurses. Today, the registered charity is still run entirely by volunteers and supports the Neonatal Unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in caring for sick and premature babies from Gloucestershire and beyond.
From day one, the charity has been actively fundraising to provide equipment and essential items. Over 80% of the equipment used on the ward every day has been funded by Scoo-B-Doo, helping to ensure the babies are given the best possible care. 100% of every donation goes to help the wards tiny patients and their families.
The NHS does it’s part too of course, providing us with a building and paying for all of the dedicated medical staff as well as the life-saving drugs used on the ward. But with the NHS under constant financial pressure, the money Scoo-B-Doo raises is vital in supporting the service and that is critical to the survival of these vulnerable patients.
Saturday 15th June saw a much younger clientele come through the doors of Chargrove House, home to Cheltenham-based Accountants, Randall & Payne. Local children came with their parents to take part in the Family Fun Day organised by Randall & Payne in aid of...read more
On Friday 17th May 2019, a Summer ball is being held for the benefit of Scoo-B-Doo. The event is being held at the Hallmark hotel in Gloucester and will include reception drinks, a two course meal, a raffle and a live band. All are welcome to purchase tickets and...read more
On October 10th, the Lonsdale Road Methodist Church Wednesday Group held a ukelele concert to benefit Scoo-B-Doo. Following a talk about neonatal care at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital from our volunteer committee member Sarah Edgeworth, the Wednesday Group nominated...read more
On Sunday 7 October, staff at Randall & Payne kicked off their fundraising for Scoo-B-Doo, the local charity which supports the Neonatal Unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in caring for sick and premature babies. They walked just over seven miles from their...read more
This years Scoo-B-Doo Christmas family event is supported by HOPE and will be held at Kingsway Community Centre on Saturday, December 1st, 3-5pm. There will be an exciting raffle, a variety of stalls and stands, face painting, and lots of cake! Also, if we're all very...read more
At the start of 2018, Shannon's cousin Freya spent around three months receiving care from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the hospital. Wanting to help support the unit, Shannon recently completed a Tough Mudder raising a fantastic £570 for Scoo-B-Doo! Shannon...read more
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Scoo-B-Doo events are typically run by grateful parents and kind-hearted people who just want to help. Discover the upcoming events that need your support.
How you can help
If you want to get more hands-on with supporting Scoo-B-Doo, there’s a huge variety of fun ways to bring to people together and raise much-needed donations.