We’d like to invite you to join us for our Forget-me-not Appeal this year as we celebrate and reflect on the lives of loved ones who are no longer with us.
In making a donation to St Ann’s, you not only will be helping us to continue providing specialist care for our patients and their families when they need it most, you will also be helping create precious moments and memories for our patients and the people who are special to them.
As a local charity, we couldn’t do what we do without the amazing generosity of our supporters. In these current uncertain times we need your support more than ever to provide the expert and loving care local families rely on.
As you can imagine the Coronavirus outbreak has resulted in our nurses, doctors, clinicians, housekeepers, cooks and administration staff working harder than ever to ensure the specialist care that our patients deserve can continue throughout this crisis. We’re determined that, come what may, we must continue to provide the same levels of personal, round-the-clock care, not only during the current crisis but long into the future as well.
This year, you can dedicate a Forget-me-not flower in our online Memory Meadow, and share your memory with family and friends.
As we prepare for our Forget-me-not Appeal, we invited Mandy to tell us what St Ann’s means to her and her family, and how your support can make a difference.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone at St Ann’s for all their care for Alex and others at the hospice. Alex was only in St Ann’s for a few weeks but the care she received was exceptional. The staff took our worry and stress away of making sure she was well cared for and allowed us all a chance to be together as a family. I’m so grateful I was able to share those special moments planning my kitchen garden with her.