Children going for operations in Boston can now drive around hospital wards in electric cars.
A charity football match held in the town raised more than £800 for the new initiative at Pilgrim Hospital.
The money was welcomed by the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, which said the new cars would put a smile on children’s faces.
Sam Goy, a matron at ULHT, said: “We have already secured the purchase of one electric car and have three push along versions for younger kids.
“This money will allow us to buy a second electric car and assist in improving other areas of children’s journeys to the operating theatre.”
The money was raised through a match between two of Boston’s car dealerships Drayton Kia and Audi JCT.
It ended with a hard fought 3 – 2 victory for Drayton Kia, but Audi JCT were close to equalising in the dying seconds.