UK hospital sets up charity fund for Malala
19 October, 2012
ISLAMABAD: The Birmingham hospital, where Malala Yousufzai is being treated, has set up a fund for charitable donations for the teenager.
According to a spokesperson for the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, more than 800 people had sent supportive messages for Malala. An account within the main hospital fund of the Queen Elizabeth Birmingham Charity has been set up to support Malala.
The trust's websit says, "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." A message book has been opened at Birmingham City Council and people visiting the Trust's website can also leave an online message.