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Donate to our appeal

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People like you are the reason we’re able to help local people with life limiting conditions

Giving a gift can help in many ways from simply making someone smile to creating a long lasting impact on someone’s life.

You can make a difference to someone’s life today by donating a gift of care.  

Why give regularly? 

Rossendale Hospice runs many fundraising events and activities throughout the year which raise funds for the hospice, however these still remain impacted by the pandemic.  Regular donations enable us to plan for the future and ensure services remain for anyone in Rossendale who requires support with a life limiting illness.

Why do you need my help? 

As a charity, which provides services free of charge to local people in need, we are reliant on voluntary donations in order to deliver quality nursing care. Rossendale Hospice needs to raise 75% of running costs as only a quarter of funds required come from government sources.

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How will my donation help local people? 

A gift can be big or small. You can decide how much you would like to give and we can tell you how that donation could be spent.  

Here are some examples of how monthly donations can support local people:

Could gift a support package which includes both complementary therapies and counselling sessions.  These would provide carers with much needed respite and coping strategies to aid them with caring for a loved one

Could gift a support package that includes both complementary therapies and counselling sessions. These provide much needed respite and coping strategies to aid them with caring for a loved one.

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Could gift two newly diagnosed patients with a series of counselling sessions to help them come to terms with their condition and empower them to make every moment count.  

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Could gift up to 15 patients with a day in the hospice to help build their emotional and physical wellbeing, whilst enjoying the social interaction and peer support of fellow patients.

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Could gift a patient their wish to receive a package of dignified end of life nursing care within the comfort of their own home.

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Could gift a patient’s family with a package of much needed rest during the night, whilst their loved ones care needs are met.