We’re a charity and we support patients from right across Greater Manchester from our three sites in Heald Green, Little Hulton and the Neil Cliffe Centre in Wythenshawe Hospital, and also have dedicated teams of community and Hospice@Home professionals caring for people in the place they call home.
Our support means different things to different people. Some people come to us for care at the end of their life, others for help managing their symptoms. Some join our day care sessions, while others enjoy complementary therapies or spend time with our counsellors.
Only a third of our funding comes from the NHS so, as a charity, we need to raise £20,000 every day to keep our doors open.
We run fundraising events and activities, and also have fourteen shops across Greater Manchester. Some people even support us by playing our hospice lottery. However people choose to support us, every kind donation makes a huge difference to our patients and their families.