About this Collection
Christmas Tree Recycling
Raising funds for Teesside Hospice
Have your Christmas tree collected by our team of volunteers and make a donation to help Teesside Hospice make sure nobody has to face a life-limiting illness alone.
What you donation could pay for:
- £10 – would pay for a 30 minute counselling session
- £25 – would fund 1 hour of nursing support
- £100 – would heat our hospice for 1 day
Quick and hassle free.
All Christmas Trees will be recycled and used to build a path in Stewart Park.
Raising Funds for Teesside Hospice.
We are collecting Christmas trees on: 5th, 6th & 7th January 2019 From all TS postcodes (TS1 to TS23)
Deadline for booking a collection: 2nd January 2019 1pm
For further information about the Christmas tree collection or if you would like to help, please contact Kim Bradley on telephone number 01642 811150 or email email@example.com
About the Hospice
Teesside Hospice offers palliative care for people over the age of 18 who are living with a life-limiting illness when a cure is no longer possible. Our care is provided 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year and reaches thousands of local people.
Whether it’s cancer, heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, Motor Neurone disease, a respiratory disease, or any other life limiting illness we make sure our patients and their families get the care they deserve at the time when they need it most.
We know how challenging dealing with a life limiting illness can be. Our expert medical, nursing and allied health professional team offer pain and symptom control, psychological support as well as end of life care.
We care for each person as an individual with respect, dignity and compassion underpinning everything we do.
Our services include:
- 10 beds for inpatient care
- Edward and Glenis Guy Day Hospice including our Drop In and Be in Charge Groups
- Adult bereavement counselling
- ‘Forget-Me-Not’ Children’s bereavement counselling
- Pre-admission and discharge support from our Outreach Nurses
- Complementary therapies
- Lymphoedema clinics and outpatient clinics
- Patient & family support
- Dementia support by our Admiral Nurse for patients with dementia at the end of their life.
Plus we’re always at the end of the telephone to support patients, families and professionals.
All of our services are free of charge to patients and their families and are inspected by the Care Quality Commission
How are we funded?
Each year it costs £2.8 million to provide our care. Grants and NHS funding cover around a third of this cost, which means we need to raise £6,000 each and every day of the year to keep our services running.
Your valued support will help us ensure the future of your local hospice.