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Date: 20 September 2017
Cards and donations for Malala Yousafzai
Story posted/last updated: 08 April 2013
If you would like to send a card, gift, donation or message to Malala Yousafzai, please follow one of the steps below. Please do not call or email the hospital, as we will not be able to give you any information other than that available on this page.
Cards, letters and gifts
Please note that flowers cannot be accepted for Malala.
Please send any cards, letters or gifts to the following address:
PO Box 16712
The hospital charity has set up a fund to accept donations in support of Malala. When she is well enough we will ask her how she wants those donations to be spent in support of the care she is receiving.
To donate, please click the link for the “QEHB Charity donation form”, enter your details and select “Malala Yousafzai”.
You don't have to send a card to show your support. Click on the link below to post a message to Malala on our website. When she's well enough to read all your messages we'll pass them on for you.
Council leader Sir Albert Bore, who is also Chairman of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, has arranged for a book in the Council House for people to leave messages.
Those wishing to sign the message book can visit the Council House at the following address:
Birmingham Council House
For the latest on Malala, please see the status update page.
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