Help local people living with a terminal diagnosis receive the warmth and care they so desperately need this Christmas.
Care at Christmas
Birmingham Hospice proudly presents ‘George’s Story’
Like George, many local people living with a terminal diagnosis this Christmas 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 this Christmas.
Get involved this Christmas
Our wonderful range of Christmas cards are available to buy in-store or online. All proceeds from the sale of our cards will go to Birmingham Hospice, enabling us to help more people in need of our care.
Please give the gift of care this Christmas by sponsoring a room.
Take part in our very first Giftmas event, where you have 10 chances to win some incredible gifts just before Christmas.
Anytime in December
Get into the festive spirit by hosting your own sponsored Rudolph Run. Choose a time, place and distance to suit you.
Friday 8 December 2023
Join us on Friday 8 December 2023, or on a date that best suits you, and wear your festive knit to school or college for a small donation.
Saturday 9 December
Come along to our new concept store, Reloved Revolution by Birmingham Hospice, and meet Santa at our Christmas Grotto!
Monday 11 December,
Thursday 14 December
Dedicate a star in memory of your loved one and join us for a special evening of remembrance.
The power of your support
Your support has the power to help families living with a terminal diagnosis receive the warmth and care they so desperately need this Christmas.
After finding out Rob, Cal’s husband, had a terminal tumour, the pair were put in touch with Birmingham Hospice.
In a matter of days, Debbie, from our Community Team, started visiting Cal and Rob at home. Debbie assisted Rob with clinical care, emotionally supported him when life felt impossible, and cared for Cal too.
Sadly, Rob passed away just before Christmas. Cal said that it was the most calm and peaceful time, with every last wish granted and every sentiment perfect.
How your donation helps
could pay for a delicious Christmas dinner for people in our Inpatient Units.
could pay for a teddy bear with the recording of a loved one’s voice for children to treasure this Christmas.