David Duley

Charity

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity is the official hospital charity of the Selly Oak and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals. We support patients at the hospital by providing extra equipment and facilities, and by funding research. The Royal Centre For Defence Medicine which treats all the UK's military wounded is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. You can find out more about the hospital charity at www.qehb.org


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The Giles Duley Fund

Fundraisers: 
David Duley

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/GilesDuleyFund

Hi, thanks for visiting Giles Duley's page. This page has been set up by Giles' family to raise money for his ongoing needs.

Giles is a photo-journalist who was severely injured in February 2011 whilst embedded with US forces in Afghanistan. He has now commenced his rehabilitation at DMRC Headley Court. We are raising money to help with the ongoing costs of his recovery and his return to his work and independent living.

Through Virgin Money Giving you can make a donation that will be quickly processed and will go to Giles' Personal Protected Fund which is within the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity. Any money that you donate will go to Giles and not to the Charity's general fund. The receipt you receive by email will NOT mention Giles by name but please be assured that your donation will be deposited in his fund.

Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on our behalf if the donor is eligible for this. 

Giles really appreciate your help and thanks you for your support.

Recent donors

14.12.14 This donation comes with the greatest admiration, and best wishes.

09.11.14

24.05.14 So admiring of your work and your focus!

27.02.14 We all enjoyed your visit to Bath. Hope we'll see you again soon!

21.02.14 Utterly humbled by your courage and humanity Giles. Mark x

13.12.13 Giles, you truly are an inspiration. Brave beyond words, but so generous and caring in spirit.

09.12.13 Merry Christmas Giles from the Einstein Thompson Agency! Looking forward to seeing you in April, and we hope you have a wonderful holiday!

28.06.13 Andy Carter's words below says it all. Your speech at Shiplake Speech Day was truly outstanding

22.06.13 i usually keep my comments to myself but yesterday in CH was extraordinary. You strike me as a beautiful person in every way. Thank you for sharing your feelings and experiences with all of us.

17.06.13 Your story touched me deeply;your strength of purpose is amazing long may it last

23.05.13 With our best wishes.

01.04.13 Keep up the good work! Wishing you every success and happiness for the future -

29.03.13 I saw you at the the RSA - hard to say which speaks more clearly - your words or photography - both are amazing.

21.03.13 Your story has inspired me to volunteer with Emergency in the UK to support their projects. Your spirit, life and work are incredible, I wish you peace and fulfillment.

05.03.13 I have donated £100 and put your name forward as a candidate for our "Unstoppable of the month" See www.Unstoppablesdocumentary.com Cheers Richard.

26.02.13 Giles - incredible; I've been to Afghan as a civilian & I cannot even begin to imagine what you have been through. Excellent programme on Channel 4. Good luck with all your work. Best wishes Andrew

23.02.13 Your journey back to Afganistan was so touching - the two injured brothers love for each other made me cry

23.02.13 Dear Giles, I came across your documentary 'Walking Wounded' by total accident flicking channels ... I haven't stopped thinking about it, about your work, about the people you photographed, about their plight and their courage and yours! Thank you!

22.02.13 Giles - you are a true photographer with such integrity. Thank you for continuing your journey in Afghanistan which left me with tears and inspiration.

22.02.13 Dear Giles, I take my hat off to you for showing us the humanity of ordinary Afghan people. I'm hoping to be able to interview you soon. Keep on keeping on. Roderick

22.02.13 Looking forward to seeing your Afghanistan photographs as well as many other future assignments/projects.

22.02.13 Thank you, Giles. To others inspired by 'Walking Wounded', please donate to Emergency too, if you can afford it.

21.02.13 You are a true survivor, live your life as best as you can Giles,God bless those two American medics(and the other guys)if it wasn't for them...

21.02.13 Inspiration to better myself and the lives of others. Thank you for all your hard work.

21.02.13 Thank you so much for sharing your story and your work - inspirational and humbling. Wishing you all the very best for the future

£20,460.00

Running total

Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£23,515.00
Total donors:
104
Last donor:
Anonymous
14.12.14  
Offline fundraising:
£4,740.00