Raising Money For Charity

At London Gynaecology we value giving back and in addition to helping women through our practice, we are passionate about supporting charitable causes. Every year we focus on fundraising for charities that raise awareness about women’s health and support those affected by conditions that affect gynaecological health.

Previous fundraising efforts have included, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, The Eve Appeal, The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust and Save the Children.

We are proud to sponsor GB athlete Ellie Baker, who is our health and fitness brand ambassador and a medical student as they progress in their careers.

Current Fundraising – Click Here to Donate

We’re delighted to announce Consultant Gynaecologist, Mr Narendra Pisal’s initiative to run two marathons; Brighton Marathon on 7th April and London Marathon on 21st April in support of two incredible charities: The Endometriosis Foundation and Future Dreams.

Over the years friends and patients have always been very active supporters of Mr Pisal’s charitable efforts and London Gynaecology are proud to match the first £1,000 of donations.

The Endometriosis Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research for often underdiagnosed condition in the UK, providing support and resources to those affected.

Future Dreams focuses on breast cancer research, education, and support services, striving to empower individuals impacted by breast cancer and fund innovative research for improved treatments and outcomes.

Previous Fundraising

The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust.– On Sunday 4th October 2020, our Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Narendra took part in the Virtual London Marathon to raise funds for women’s health services, rasing £11.668.13 for the The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust. London Gynaecology was delighted to match every pound donated up to £5,000.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust & Eve Appeal. In June 2019, Mr Pisal completed the worlds oldest and largest marathon, the Comrades Ultra Marathon in South Africa raising £17,643 for for both Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust & The Eve Appeal.

The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust: In April 2018, Mr Pisal ran the London Marathon in aid of the Whittington Hospital, where he has practised for 16 years and is proud to be the gynaecological cancer lead. He raised over £14,000, which went towards new equipment for better endometrial cancer diagnosis.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust: In 2017, Mr Pisal ran his 10th marathon in Brighton raising £9,000 for Jo’s Trust, he also achieved a personal best of 3 hours and 51 minutes.

Save the Children: In December 2017, the London Gynaecology team supported Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day campaign raising £150 for children across the globe.