Iain Rennie Hospice at Home gives patients in the Chilterns the choice to be cared for in their own homes. Each year, more than 50 Iain Rennie nurses will care for 1,000 adults and children living with a life-limiting illness. As well as practical and specialist nursing care, IRHH offers emotional support for carers and the whole family during the period of illness and following bereavement.
IRHH needs to raise nearly £5million a year to keep providing this service, which is free of charge to all patients and their families.
For more information please contact 01442 890222 or visit www.irhh.org.uk
Grove House, based in St Albans, cares for people with a life-limiting illness across St Albans, Harpenden and Dacorum. Its services include a day hospice, outpatient clinic, hospice at home (in conjunction with IRHH), information centre and complementary therapies. It also runs an eight-week programme for people newly diagnosed with cancer, to support them through physical and emotional effects of cancer.
Grove House needs to raise in the region of £1.5 million every year to continue to provide these vital free services to local people.
For more information please contact 01727 731000 or visit www.grove-house.org.uk/
The Peace Hospice, based in Watford, cares for people living with a life-limiting or terminal illness and supports their families from across South West Hertfordshire. It provides inpatient care, day care, an outpatient service, a hospice at home service as well as bereavement support.
The Hospice needs to raise £3 million of charitable income this year in order to run and develop its services. All the care that the Hospice provides to its patients and their families is free.
For more information contact 01923 330330 or visit www.peacehospice.org.uk
St Francis provides professional support and care for people with terminal or life-limiting illnesses. We bring peace, comfort and dignity to patients, helping them to live life to the full, for whatever time is left. Our care is tailored to each patient's individual needs whether that's in our In-Patient Unit, Day Hospice, or patients' homes and support for families and carers is essential. The Hospice of St Francis really does provide total care when time is precious.
All our care is given free of charge and taking part in Trek India is a fantastic way to help us raise the £3.3 million we need annually to continue our care. The fundraising done by people like you makes a huge difference, as we rely on voluntary donations for more than 80% of the money we need.
For more information contact 01442 869555 or visit www.stfrancis.org.uk