Firstly, I know I have said it before but, 2020 has been a year like no other.
Back in March, as we went into lockdown. I was really concerned about how we would maintain our income this year. We had to cancel all of our events and close our shops.
One certainty I had was that our financial support for the Hospice would not waiver. As this was the time that they would need us the most.
Seven months on I look back with pride at the way that we pulled together in our continued support of The Wisdom Hospice.
The US and the WE I refer to is you, our donors and supporters who, along with the Friends hardworking team of staff and Trustees, embraced the challenges and found new and innovative ways to raise the much-needed money that has sustained us.
I cannot say that we are out of the COVID woods yet. We still face uncertain and potentially difficult times ahead. However, we have great resilience.
We are working hard on new ideas and ways of engaging with you as we try to maintain the FUN in Fundraising as together, we put the unity into Community.
On behalf of everyone at The Wisdom Hospice THANK YOU for your continued and much needed support.
What can I do to help?
Please, if you can support us with a donation at this time. We would gratefully appreciate your support. We would encourage any donations to be made online. You can make one-off donations, donations in memory, pay in fundraising and sponsorship all on our website.
If you can, please support us, your donation could help us fund;
£10.00 – Could help fund a book and craft activity to use during a child’s listening support session who has a parent under Hospice Care
£25.00 – Could help fund an hour of care delivered by one of the hospice specialist palliative care nurses
£50.00 – Could help fund a counselling session for a patient or their loved one supporting them through a challenging time
£75.00 – Could help fund a counselling session for a patient or their loved one supporting them through a challenging time
£100.00 – Could help fund a counselling session for a patient or their loved one supporting them through a challenging time