Our new website is designed to be easier to use, helping you navigate more easily to find the content you’re after. We’ve also introduced some exciting new and improved features. And you might notice that it looks and feels a little different too...

We want our new website to give a clearer, up-to-date message about who we are and what Paintings in Hospitals stands for today.

We’ve introduced a range of new content to the website, including the Nominate a care site function. This enables you to tell us about care sites that you think need our help. We have also added our own donation and shop payment systems, which means you don’t have to leave the site to give to our mission. And you can even set up a fundraising campaign, so you can ask your friends, colleagues and family to sponsor you at an event or make a donation on your behalf.

Our popular news, blog and events pages have received a much-needed facelift. We've even added new types of blog, like our Collection blog, which highlights some of the gems and hidden history in our art collection.

We've made the website both mobile and tablet friendly. So, whether you’re using a smartphone, tablet, laptop, home PC or Mac, the website will adapt to display properly. You can now use a search function to find exactly what you're looking for on the site. And you can sign up for our quarterly newsletter right at the bottom of each page.

You may also spot that we have integrated the Menier Gallery website here too. The Menier Gallery is our exhibition and events space in London Bridge. For more than 10 years, all of the profits from the hire of the gallery have gone towards funding Paintings in Hospitals work. If you're interested in exhibiting in Central London, head over to the Menier Gallery pages.

From now, we will continue to keep you posted with all the most recent exciting project and events through our blogs and articles. We also plan to add more video content and.

We’re really proud of the new website and hope it will create a better experience for you when you visit.

Take a look around!