Children’s Hospital Charity Supported by Amazon

A children’s hospital charity in Cardiff has received a £3,000 donation from the team at Amazon’s fulfilment centre in Swansea.

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity works on behalf of Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital in Cardiff to ensure that treatments for children improve by funding new and innovative medical equipment and facilities. The charity also strives to make hospital a less frightening and more familiar place for children through activities such as therapy dog visits and music classes.

The donation from Amazon in Swansea will go towards refurbishing the family room and resources to improve patient and family experiences.


Dan Boulger, Site Leader at Amazon in Swansea, said:

“We are pleased to support Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity and the many families who have benefited from the charity’s care over the years. The staff provide endless amounts of support to those in need, so we’re pleased to show our support to them with this donation.”


Cerys Edwards, PCCU Nurse and member of the family support team from Noah’s Ark, added:

“We are delighted to receive this donation from the team at Amazon in Swansea. At Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity, we aim to provide state of the art equipment, facilities and family support services to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for the benefit of families with children undergoing treatment. This donation will help us continue this mission. Thank you, Dan and team.”


Community donations and employee volunteering are just two of the ways Amazon supports the communities where it operates. Amazon has supported more than 500,000 students across the UK with free computer science and STEM education programmes through Amazon Future Engineer.

Amazon helps community organisations transport meals and other essentials to families in need through its pro bono logistics programme, Amazon Local Good, including more than seven million healthy breakfasts to children at risk of hunger in partnership with Magic Breakfast. And through its Multibank initiative, co-founded with former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Amazon has supported more than 200,000 families experiencing poverty, with the donation of more than 2 million surplus essential goods.


Amazon partners with Comic Relief to help people tackle poverty and is the official home of the charity’s iconic Red Nose. Last year, together with its employees, customers, and partners, Amazon raised over £2.7 million to fund projects that support people struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and tackle issues such as homelessness, mental health problems, and food insecurity across the UK, and around the world.