About this Collection
Hospice at Home would like to thank the many businesses, volunteers and organisations who are helping us with the Christmas Tree Collection.
Our team of volunteers will be collecting trees in the following postcodes on the 8th January 2020.
CA1, CA2, CA3, CA4 8, CA5 6, CA5 7, CA6 4, CA6 5, CA8 9, CA8 1, CA10 2, CA11 7, CA11 8, CA11 9, CA11 0, CA7 9, CA12
Don't miss out. The deadline for registering your tree is Monday 6th January at 10am.
The funds raised from this event will enable us to provide vital care for patients at the end stages of life, who wish to receive support in the familiar surroundings of their own home.
Thank you very much for registering your tree and supporting Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland during the festive season! Your generous donation means so much to us and would enable us to provide vital care to patients, families and carers during a very difficult time.
- £12 would pay for half an hour of counselling from one of our Family Support Team
- £20 would pay for an hour of Complementary Therapy
- £41 would pay for 3 hours of respite care for families or carers to take a break
- £61.50 would pay for half a night of care and support from a Health Care Assistant
- £167 would pay for a full night of care and support from a Registered Nurse
Please register your tree and help us to continue providing this vital service in the north and east of Cumbria. Thank you.
For queries or further information about the Christmas tree collection please contact Cath Coates in the fundraising department on 01768 210719 or email email@example.com
About the Hospice
Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland is a local charity which nurses and cares for patients who choose to remain in their own home at the end stages of life. All care is provided free of charge. The service covers 1500 square miles from the Scottish Border to Stainmore and Allonby to Alston. The clinical team care for and nurse approximately 780 patients each year also supporting their families and carers.
The charity is vital and needs to raise £18,000 each week to continue to provide this service.
The charity’s aim has always been to provide a peaceful and dignified death for every patient at home, whilst also supporting their families and carers. This is at the heart of our service and will always remain so.
For further information visit: www.hospiceathome.co.uk