Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity has a team of staff who manage the day to day work of the charity and liaise with donors and colleagues at the hospitals.
Please feel free to contact any of the team with you queries via the main office telephone number of 0121 371 4852 .
For queries around charitable expenditure, it is normally best to contact the Chief Executive or Charities Administrator who are indicated below. And for fundraising queries, we recommend you get in touch with a member of the fundraising team
Justine Davy, Corporate & Community Fundraiser
Before joining the charity team, Justine worked for Land Rover International Marketing as a Marketing Manager.
After this role, Justine worked for marketing communications company which housed all the online marketing materials for Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin and Volvo for download by international markets
Justine worked for a charity for twelve months and then set up her own company Xcel Events, running various events from corporate hospitality, seminars, gala dinners. Justine still runs this company alongside working for QEHB Charity.
Justine is married with three children and enjoys going to the gym in her spare time.
Laura Power, Fundraising Assistant
Laura joined the QEHB Charity team as Fundraising Assistant in June 2012, having just graduated from University College Birmingham with a degree in Events Management.
Prior to this Laura worked at the Ramada Hotel as a Conference & Events Attendant.
Brian Evans, Community Fundraiser
Brian joined the QEHB Charity team in July 2012. Previously, Brian had a successful ski chalet business in the French Alps. He is an international ski and snowboard instructor and spent three years working for Ecole du Ski Francais.
Brian’s background is in the retail industry where his previous posts include Retail Director for Spar and Divisional Manager of GUS Plc, part of the Argos Group.
When not organising events and helping with fundraising projects, Brian loves the adventurous side of life and enjoys rock climbing, scuba diving and, of course, skiing.
Rosie Sanderson, Fundraising Team and PR
Rosie joined the team in April 2011, having previously worked as a senior account executive at a PR agency. A qualified journalist, Rosie spent three years at the Birmingham Post & Mail after graduating with a degree in English.
Rosie is responsible for liaising with the media on behalf of the charity, raising awareness of its work and keeping its website and Facebook page updated.
When she’s not at work Rosie loves to travel, having spent spent six months backpacking through South Africa, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand in 2006.
Maryanne Meredith, Fundraising Team
Maryanne joined QEHB Charity after working for nine years at Acorns Children’s Hospice, leading their trust, legacy, and capital appeal fundraising. She specialises in fundraising from grant making trusts & foundations but is also experienced in managing fundraising for capital appeals and in raising funds through legacies and major gifts.
Maryanne’s main hobby is music and she conducts a small choir, based in Birmingham, that performs two main concerts per year, as well as other ad hoc events.
Maryanne lives in Coventry with her husband Paul, an engineer, and their interests include music, theatre, films, family and friends.
Tina Hales, Charities Administrator
Tina joined QEHB Charity as Charities Administrator in 2004. Prior to this she worked as an administrator for West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre, the University of Birmingham and in the Civil Service.
Anne Waller, Fundraising Team
Anne began working as a permanent member of staff at QEHB in 1994, where she worked with the Transplant Coordinators team in the Liver Unit for six years before joining the Communications Team where she worked for six and half years.
Anne has been working for QEHB Charity since January 2009. Five years ago, Anne was elected as a Staff Governor at QEHB representing A&C and Auxiliary Staff, a role that she has enjoyed immensely and from which she has learnt a great deal.
Anne lives in Bourneville with her husband and she has a 25 year old daughter who is married.
Mike Hammond, Chief Executive
Mike Hammond: Chief Executive, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity.
Mike joined the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity in February 2009, following 12 years in various roles at Bradford & Bingley.
Mike joined Bradford & Bingley in 1996 as part of the Retail Management Team in the West Midlands. He was appointed Community Affairs Manager in May 1999, overseeing Bradford & Bingley’s relationships with charities and community groups both nationally and locally.
In 2001 he became Group Corporate Social Responsibility Manager and became Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity in 2003. In 2007 he merged the Corporate Social Responsibility and Internal Communications functions and headed up the enlarged team.
Since 2009, Mike has led a successful relaunch and rebrand of the hospital charity which has increased income from £1 million p.a. to over £4 million p.a.
He has improved the charity’s grant making programme to utilise historical fundraising reserves as well as new income, and the charity has made grants totalling over £15 million in support of patients at the hospital under his leadership.
Mike has led two multi million pound appeals at the charity; to bring the first CyberKnife cancer treatment machine in the UK outside of London to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and to construct Fisher House, a home away from home for military patients and their families within walking distance of the hospital.
He is a member of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations and the Institute of Fundraising.
He is a director of the Bradford & Bingley Pension Fund.
Married to Elizabeth, a pharmacist, Mike is an active member of Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church and a member of the Lords Taverners. He enjoys all sports, especially American Football.
“The hospital charity provides those added extras that make a huge difference to the lives of military patients and their families. Thank you for your support”
Royal Centre for Defence Medicine staff nurse