Kindly donated £50,000 towards our running costs following the death of the Trust’s Founder and our dear patron Sylvia Graucob.
Kindly donated £14,732 to allow us to set up a new home based bereavement service, meaning our counselling service can reach more people in need.
Kindly donated £3100 towards a new commercial freezer and dishwasher in our kitchen, helping provide home cooked meals for our patients and their families.
Kindly donated £2,000 towards much needed physiotherapy equipment to allow our Physiotherapist to work with our patients to gain more independence.
Kindly donated £5,000 towards the Hospice's core running costs.
Kindly donated £500 towards our core running costs.
Kindly donated £844.20 towards bereavement books and memory boxes for our social workers to use when working with children who have recently lost a close family member.
Kindly donated £2,328 for a greenhouse for our Day Hospice patients, benches for our garden and funded the craft activities for the Day Hospice patients for a year.
Kindly donated £1,000 towards the Hospice's core running costs.
Kindly donated £988 towards our core running costs.
Kindly donated over £12,000 over the last ten years towards the Hospice's core running costs.
Kindly donated £2,746.73 towards our core running costs.
Kindly donated £2,000 towards the purchase of a syringe driver, bringing pain relief to our patients.
Kindly donated £1,073 towards the purchase of a syringe driver, bringing pain relief to our patients.
Kindly donated £3,168 towards providing music therapy for patients attending our Breath of Fresh Air sessions and our Carers Group.
Kindly donated £600 towards new handheld fans for our patients who are suffering from breathlessness.
Kindly donated £400 to pay for one of our Day Hospice nurses to attend a Palliative Care Conference.
Kindly donated £1,000 towards a sink for the complimentary therapy rooms in our Day Hospice.
Kindly donated £250 towards our complimentary therapy service.
Kindly donated £1000 towards our core running costs.
Kindly donated £700 towards a new fridge, handrails for our greenhouse to make it more accessible for our patients, a cardian mobile device for our Inpatient Unit and new outdoor furniture for our Day Hospice garden.
Supported our Virtual Day Hospice project which was launched during the pandemic. This has enhanced the quality of life for vulnerable Day Hospice patients living with life limiting illnesses in the community, through a range of engaging virtual activities and therapies and has provided personalised care in patients own homes.
Support from these trusts meant that we have been able to purchase vital Personal Protective Equipment for visitors to the Hospice. This has meant that patients have been able to have loved ones by their side, in their final days of life, and for that we are extremely grateful.
Our Counselling garden pods were in desperate need of refurbishment; funding from The Screwfix foundation has meant that we have been able to renovate the Pods in our garden and put them to good use, creating a wonderful space in the garden for people to enjoy.
Kindly supported us with a grant to purchase 16 new iPads. Meaning our patients have had access to video calling and entertainment whilst visiting has been restricted during the pandemic.
Kindly funded 10 new chairs for patients staying on our Inpatient unit. The new chairs offer much better support and comfort to people living with a life limiting illness.