Moonlight Memories is a late night walk through the leafy suburbs of South Birmingham, now in its 3rd year the event has raised over £50,000 of vital funds for the Hospice. Here supporter Karen Henry tells us why she is taking part this year..
Keen golfers have clubbed together so Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice will receive a total of £50k from annual golfing tournaments undertaken by the Greek Cypriot and Friends Golf Society since 1994.
The Ground Feels Wobbly is a new booklet created by Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice to help children deal with the death of a parent or someone close to them.
During October – the month of Hospice Care Week and World Hospice Day - people across Birmingham and Sandwell will be donning their PJs and getting comfy to help raise funds for their local Hospice. Whether you wear your PJs to school or work, organise a dress down day or PJ party, all the money raised will help local families living with terminal illness.
Most of our care takes place in people's homes, helping patients and families to be together in comfortable and familiar surroundings.
We also offer practical and emotional support to patients and families.
Information on our spiritual care
Join us for a 10 mile sponsored walk to Moseley Rugby Club. Enjoy your free pie & pint whilst we cheer on England in the Rugby World Cup Match against Australia.
Take on the iconic Great Birmingham Run for your hospice and make a difference to local people facing terminal illness.
Join us once again for a walk in the Moonlight and raise funds for those living with a terminal illness, their families and carers.
Our care wouldn't be possible without our amazing corporate supporters. Find out more here about charity of the year partnerships.