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Care for everyone

We have around 800 patients in our care on average every day across our services.

With your support, we can continue to provide our expert, specialist and compassionate palliative and end of life care, now and in years to come.

Donate today

Now, more than ever, our expert and compassionate care is needed to ensure people die in a place of their choice, with dignity and in comfort.

But costs are rising exponentially, making it harder for us to care for everyone who needs it.

That is why we have launched the Birmingham Hospice Crisis Appeal.

Donate now to ensure hospice care is here for you and your loved ones in the future.

Join the Rainbow Rush

The most colourful fun run in Brum is back!

On Saturday 21 September, we’ll be taking over Cofton Park for a day filled with colour, foam, dance zones, inflatables, music and laughter in support of Birmingham Hospice.

Don’t miss out – get your tickets now!

New name, same mission, same care

We believe that anyone with a terminal diagnosis deserves to live well and make the very most of the time that remains.

Our patients are at the heart of everything we do, and have been throughout our combined 157-year history; we take care of our community when they need us most.

Birmingham Hospice is the new name for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, in Selly Park, and John Taylor Hospice, in Erdington.

Omparkash (Kash) Chand
“The teams at the hospice are second to none. They gave my brother unconditional love and support. I cannot thank the team enough for all they did in his final weeks. As a family we were able to spend as much time as we wanted, and we were able stop overnight at the hospice which gives me comfort that he was never alone.
Kash's sister, Maria

How your fundraising makes a difference


Could buy a teddy bear with a recording of a loved one’s voice for a bereaved child to treasure as a keepsake.


Could pay for one hour of Living Well Centre services, supporting people to live well, manage their symptoms and take part in therapeutic activities.


Could pay for a bereavement support session to help a family member cope with the loss of a loved one.


Could pay for a community nurse to visit someone at home, helping them manage their symptoms and coordinating their care.


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