Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is asking you to dig out your favourite Onsie, find your funkiest wellies and join us for a walk in the park.
On Friday 26 - Saturday 27 September, this established 2-day collection event takes place once again. The Birmingham Bucket Collection comprises multiple volunteer collection teams – located in supermarkets, train stations, on local high streets and other locations - all united with the shared goal of raising money for local families living with terminal illness.
On the 11th October 2014, it is World Hospice Day. Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice cares for over 1000 terminally ill patients and their families each year. You can help provide much needed support and comfort to these people by getting comfy and holding a PJ Day during October and raising valuable funds.
A new facility which will allow families living with terminal illness to spend precious time together has today opened at Birmingham St Marys Hospice. The opening of the family centre is the result of an exciting partnership between the Hospice and Help Harry Help Others (hhho.org.uk), which donated funds, along with the Department of Health.
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
This fundraising cycle challenge starts in London and finishes on the Brighton sea front. Thousands of people take part in this exhilarating event and now if your chance to join them.
Take on the iconic Bupa Great Birmingham Run for your hospice and make a difference to local people facing terminal illness.
New dates are now available for 2014 skydives. Sign up today to do something different and exhilarating for your hospice.
Our care wouldn't be possible without our amazing corporate supporters. Find out more here about charity of the year partnerships.