We’re here for you…
Whether you’re living with an incurable illness, caring for someone who is, or grieving over the death of a loved one, we’re here to help. It doesn’t matter what stage of the journey you’re at. In fact, the earlier you speak to us, the better. Find out more about how we can help you >
…because you’re here for us
It costs £10 million to deliver the care we provide locally each year and there is a growing need for our services. Whoever you are, whatever you’re interested in, there are lots of ways for you to support our life changing work and make a difference.Find out more about how you can help us >
Fundraise with us
We’re here to help whether you decide to take part in one of our events, organise your own event or fundraise at work. There really is something for everyone.
Shop with us
You can support us by purchasing quality clothing, books, media, furniture, household items and much more from our shops or by donating good quality items to sell
Play the lottery with us
For just £1, you have the chance to win a weekly jackpot of £1,000 and up to £20,000 in our rollover while helping to fund the care of 1 in 10 of our patients.
Volunteer for us
You could join our volunteer team who help in many areas of the hospice and in our shops. From ward helper to washing up, from reception to bereavement counselling, we have a range of roles to explore.
“Our ultimate goal, after all,
is not a good death,
but a good life to the very end.”
Atul Gawande, Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End
Did you know that 80% of our care is delivered in the community?
Whether it’s help with washing, dressing, mealtimes or simply providing company and emotional support, our community nursing team will take the time to understand exactly what you need and create a tailored care plan.
In our hospices
Our ultimate aim is to help patients maintain their independence and enhance their overall quality of life.
Whether you are an in-patient or a day patient, a range of therapies are available at our two hospice sites.
Lichfield, Sutton Coldfield
In the community
Our care is not just about our patients. We do more than you might think to support loved ones, professionals and others in the community too.
Our services include:
- Bereavement help points
- Bereavement support workshops
- Community wellbeing classes
- Professional training