“There is a sense of family about us”
Want to find out more about what it’s like to be a part of our hospice? Esther Reilly, Clinical Lead for Hospices of Birmingham and Solihull and Triage Services, explains more about her role supporting patients and providing them with expert care.
Kerry shares her staff story
Following the merger between Birmingham St Mary’s and John Taylor Hospice on Monday, we wanted to share some positive stories and catch up with our staff members as they begin their new roles as part of The Hospice Charity Partnership – and perhaps introduce you to some new members of the team.
John, our Retail District Support Manager is running the London Marathon this year for the 2nd time in aid of Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice. Read on to find out why.
Support Birmingham St Mary’s with a tea-riffic fundraiser
In the spirit of Afternoon Tea Week, we are inviting you to organise one of your own to raise even more vital funds for the Hospice!
Jo was due to run the Shakespeare marathon in April 2020 but due to the pandemic the race was sadly cancelled. However this didn’t stop her from taking on her own challenge to raise vital funds for Hospice care.
Care Opinion – Listening to You
We want to thank everyone who has taken the time to share their experience of Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice on the independent feedback platform, Care Opinion.
Thank You Day 2021 – ‘Cheers for Volunteers!’
Birmingham St Mary’s is joining people across the country to celebrate and say “thank you” to our neighbours, friends, and everyone who has made the past year that little bit better.
Top of the shops – our Harborne shop goes from strength to strength
In a bid to stand out from the crowd our retail staff and volunteers have revamped the Harborne shop and our customers are loving it!
Tina saw the impact that Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice’s services have during her father David’s final days. She is now sharing her story and thanking the staff who supported Tina and her family during a truly devastating time.
“The difference it has made to my grandson, I can’t really put into words”
Grandmother Susan tells the story of the lifechanging impact that Birmingham St Mary’s Children’s Bereavement Service had on her grandson Adam.
Paula & Emma’s Hebridean Way Challenge
Hospice supporters Paula and Emma took on the huge 228 mile Hebridean Way cycle route to raise essential funds in support of our Raise the Roof campaign. Here’s their story!
A day in the life of a Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice retail volunteer
As we continue to celebrate the work of Birmingham St Mary’s wonderful team of volunteers, retail assistant Becky Grimshaw explains more about her role volunteering at the Quinton charity shop to help raise much-needed funds for our care. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and also your volunteer role? I’m a mum of […]