Blythe House Hospice

Blythe House Hospice provides care and support for those in the High Peak community affected by cancer, life-limiting illness or bereavement.

As the High Peak's only hospice Blythe House offers a wide range of services; such as the award winning Living Well Service which is based on a survivorship model of care, an Information and Support Centre which is open to everyone in the High Peak, and a Hospice at Home Service which provides care and support for people at the end of their life who wish to stay at home.

Over two thirds of the patients who attend Blythe House services go on to enjoy improved health, whilst others are supported with end-of-life care. Currently over 90% of hospice care in the UK is provided through day care and at home services, such as those at Blythe House.

It costs £926,000 every year to keep Blythe House services running, that's £2,500 per day. Thanks to the remarkable generosity of our community, the care and support Blythe House provides remains completely free of charge.

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City Hospice

City Hospice is Cardiff's local hospice, and we care for people who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer or another incurable illness. We help them to stay at home pain and symptom free, and support them and their families so that they live life to the full and make the most of every day they have with their families. By buying a City Hospice lottery ticket, you can help make sure we are there for local people, when they need us, for as long as they need us, today and every day.

‘City Hospice was a light in that terrifying darkness, giving us hope that her last days could be full of laughter as well as tears. We were enveloped in love and care by people who asked for nothing but the chance to comfort and support all of us through her final days, her passing and beyond'. (Nick, 49)

Our patients and their families need all the care and support available to help them through the most incredibly difficult and testing of times. Thank you for helping to ensure that our doctors, specialist nurses, therapists and counsellors will be there for the 2 new patients referred to us every day.

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East Anglia's Children's Hospices

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families, across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. Our family-centred approach includes specialist nursing care, symptom management nursing, short breaks, wellbeing activities, therapies, counselling and volunteer services in the family home; all meeting the individual needs of the child, young person and whole family.

We offer families flexibility and control over where they receive their care and support, including where their child dies; at home, in hospital or at one of three hospices at Milton (Cambridge), The Nook (Norwich) and The Treehouse (Ipswich). More than half of our care and support is delivered in the family home and community, in surroundings familiar and comfortable for the family.

Our hospices aren’t just about end of life care; they’re often very happy and fun places, where young people can live life to their full potential. They are places where families feel safe, at home and where they can spend quality time together; enabling parents to be parents not caregivers. When time is short, we help families make the most of their precious time together and create memories that last forever.

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Helen's Trust

Helen's Trust funds care in the home for someone with a terminal illness in the last 6 months of life to be able to remain in the familiar surroundings of their home.

Helen's Trust ethos is that everyone should have the opportunity and choice to die in the familiar surroundings of home, if that is their wish.

We seek to remove the barriers that may prevent a person with a terminal illness from staying at home. Each person and their circumstances are looked at on an individual basis and appropriate support is offered.

In many cases a family member takes on the role of main carer and can become tired or feel isolated. Helen's Trust can support them by providing night sits and day sits in the home. This gives a few free hours for them to have a rest or enjoy an activity which they have been missing and a good nights sleep safe in the knowledge that their loved one is being cared for in their own home.

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HospiceCare North Northumberland

HospiceCare has been established since 1995 and is the main provider of free Palliative care in North Northumberland. We offer care and support to people living with life-limiting illnesses such as: Cancer, Heart Disease, Lung Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease and Advanced Dementia.

We also support their families and carers and all those who are important to them. Hospice at Home was founded in 2009, HospiceCare is not about the building, but more about the way we provide and deliver your care and support.

HospiceCare is all about dignity, comfort and quality of life, whilst respecting your wishes and if your wish is to be cared for at home, then we aim to look after you and your family in a way which is meaningful and most important to you.

12 Facts About HospiceCare
• HospiceCare, founded in 1995, is an independent palliative care charity and is the most northerly Hospice in England.
• We have two Wellbing Centres in Alnwick and Berwick.
• We serve a community of around 63,000 in one of the most sparsely populated rural areas in England.
• This year our running costs will be around £750,000 and we will receive just £40,000 from the NHS, the rest we have to raise from donations, fundraising and legacies.
• Our team of around 200 volunteers, which includes our Board of Trustees, saves us over £300,000 per year in the time they donate.
• We provide support to patients, their families and carers
• Our Hospice at Home service helps provide short term respite for patients and their families together, with expert end of life care at home.
• Our Family Support Service is available to all, regardless of whether there has been previous contact with the Hospice.
• We have appointed the very first Admiral Nurse for North Northumberland.
• We are delivering our Dementia at End of Life education programme to 18 Care Homes in North Northumberland.
• We are a truly LOCAL charity providing a unique and invaluable service to your LOCAL community.

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Macmillan Caring Locally

The Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital is a Specialist Palliative Care Unit and Hospice for patients in South East Dorset and South West Hampshire. The charity, Macmillan Caring Locally, works in partnership with University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust to provide the services at the Macmillan Unit and in our community. The unit is supported and funded by Macmillan Caring Locally providing an exceptional standard of care and a homely environment for patients, their families and visitors. The charity also provides nursing and medical equipment to improve patient treatment and comfort.

The charity funds the Family Support Team, Rehabilitation Team, the Community Specialist Palliative Care Nurses, the Hospice at Home Team, the virtual Day Centre and a number of senior medical staff roles at the Hospice. It also funds a team of Clinical Nurse Specialists permanently based at University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust.

Macmillan Caring Locally is a small, community charity and is not connected in any way to the national charity Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Paul Sartori Foundation

The Paul Sartori Foundation is Pembrokeshire's only Hospice at Home service. It provides hands-on care, equipment loan, counselling, complementary therapy, physiotherapy, symptom control advice, training and assistance with advance care planning. The majority of our patients meet their wish to die in the comfort of their own home, with the dignity they deserve, pain-free and surrounded by those they hold most dear.

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St Gemma's & Wheatfields

Our lottery supports both St. Gemma's Hospice and Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice, and gives our players the chance to win cash prizes every week. By playing, you'll be supporting our hospice care whilst being in with a chance to win up to £25,000!

The money raised through our lottery is vital to us in providing our services. The draw takes place every Saturday and costs just £1 per week – by playing regularly you can help us keep our hospices running – thank you!

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St John's Hospice

St John's Hospice provides free care and support to people living with life-limiting illnesses and long-term conditions in the community of Central and North West London. Our reach extends to more than 3,000 patients and their families each year. Our patients face a range of conditions including cancer, heart disease, respiratory conditions, HIV and neurological conditions such as MS and Motor Neurone Disease. Our services include:

Through our wide range of services both on-site and in the community, our aim is to help patients maintain their independence for as long as possible.

It costs over £5million every year to keep our doors open, of which £1.7million must be fundraised. We rely heavily on voluntary donations to be able to offer our services to all those in need.

By joining our Lottery, you will help our patients and their families not only now, but also in the future. Your memberships will add up to provide a regular source of income that we can count on, enabling us to plan our future care with a little more confidence. Plus, you might just win £25,000!

We would be so grateful if you would consider playing our Lottery.

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The Butterfly Hospice Trust

Based in Boston, Lincolnshire, the role of The Butterfly Hospice is to provide palliative care and holistic support to patients and their families, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Providing for those who are aged 18+ and referred by a healthcare professional, our patients come to us for respite, symptom control and for care at the end of life.

Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, the hospice offers a place of tranquillity to those in need of respite, symptom control or end of life care, whilst providing full support to families including bereavement support and therapy.

The Butterfly Hospice Trust Therapy service offers professional 1-to-1 support and explores the challenges in dealing with a life-limiting condition or bereavement. Our therapy services are free to use, thanks to the generosity of our donors and supporters,

By signing up to our lottery, you are supporting the Butterfly Hospice and enabling us to continue offering free 24-hour patient care for those who need it most.
When you or someone you care about is seriously ill, you want to know they’re getting the best possible care and treatment. We do too.
It is because you care that we can.

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The Shakespeare Hospice

We can help from the moment of diagnosis through to a patient's recovery or the end of their life and when appropriate our support can extend to the whole family including bereavement care.

'This is a really special place. This is the only place I have been able to share my cancer experience' John.

Our care is personalised to the needs of individual patients and their families. We enable people to receive high quality care while continuing to live in the comfort of their own home and their local community.

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Tynedale Hospice at Home

Tynedale Hospice at Home was founded in 1993 and today is proud to provide nursing care, transport, and pre and post bereavement support to the community of Tynedale, Ponteland and West Northumberland. Unlike many hospices, our palliative nursing care is provided in the patient's home where the patient and their family can be surrounded by familiar comforts and can be cared for in a place of their choosing.

Our hospital transport service offers a door-to-door service to and from vital hospital appointments for anyone with a life-limiting diagnosis. This service is an essential lifeline to many in our community - especially as we cover over 800 square miles, much of which is rural.

Adults, children and families who are facing or grieving the death of a loved one can access our family support service which is available to anyone in the community, regardless of whether they have had experience of another of the Hospice services. Our trained team of staff and volunteers provide one to one, group and family support.

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Willow Burn Hospice

Willow Burn Hospice is an oasis, right in the heart of the countryside; a small, hospice and community hub, which was founded over thirty years ago by two local women who recognised a need for improved end of life care for residents of Derwentside, County Durham.

At Willow Burn our aim is to relieve pain and suffering for individuals with terminal or life-limiting illness, and their families and carers through the provision of free palliative care. To achieve this, we offer pain and symptom control, end of life care, crisis respite care, day services, complementary therapies and services to support families and carers.

At a time when peace and tranquillity is needed the most, Willow Burn Hospice provides a safe and quiet haven. The focus is on the individual and their needs through the provision of high-quality community-based care.

"Only a poet could write the words to properly describe how utterly grateful myself and my family are for the help, care, respect and love you showed my mum. All I can say is thank you, thank you, thank you."

There is no denying that hospices are places where people come at the end of their lives. But we do so much more than that... Our hospice is also a much-loved community hub where people meet in our café and gardens for friendship and support at a time when they need it the most.

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