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Care for everyone

With your support. 1,000 local people living with a life-limiting illness can be cared for by Birmingham Hospice at any one time.

Birmingham Hospice proudly presents ‘George’s Story’

Like George, many local people living with a terminal diagnosis this winter will be lonely, scared and financially strained.

While Birmingham Hospice is here to help, caring for around 1,000 patients on average every day across our services, we are not fully funded by the NHS. Each year, we need to raise £5.5 million to cover the costs of running our charity.

That’s why your donation today is so vital. Without the support of kind people like you, George and other local people living with a terminal diagnosis will not be able to live and die with dignity and in comfort.

Ensure no one dies alone, scared or in pain.

New name, same mission, same care

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

The two hospices merged in August 2021 to form one single registered charity – The Hospice Charity Partnership. This merger ensured our charity was able to provide even more people across the city with the compassionate end of life and palliative care they deserve.

Eighteen months on, following extensive consultation and workshops with supporters, volunteers, colleagues, patients and families who use our services, we have changed our name to Birmingham Hospice. Our research showed supporters value our trusted and respected heritage in the city, and this has been reflected in our new name.

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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