We have an amazing team of Hospice ambassadors who are fantastic representatives of Birmingham St Mary's. They attend events on behalf of Birmingham St Mary's from music concerts to coffee mornings and quizzes to faith group talks, raising awareness of the range of services that the hospice provides in your local community. 

If you are holding an event/have held an event or would like to find out more about the work of Birmingham St Mary's, then you can request an ambassador to provide a vote of thanks, cheque presentation or a presentation/talk about the Hospice. Please click the button below to request a hospice representative:

Request a Representative

Hear some of our amazing ambassadors tell you why they became a representative of the hospice...


Polly 
"I wanted to be an ambassador for the hospice to provide presentation and talks at events to raise awareness of the hospice. I have seen first-hand the care my friend had from the nurse’s which I have a lot of admiration for and what she benefitted from being there. As an ambassador I am able to give something back and help others who are or have been through the same as me and help continuing to improve the treatment and care the patients and families receive."


Richard
"My mother died in the hospice, so when I was nearing retirement, I wanted to offer my skills and experience along with being able to return something to the hospice for their care and support to my mother many years ago. I have learned a lot about the work of Birmingham St Mary’s since becoming an ambassador and it is great to be able to use this knowledge to reach out to a wider community, increasing awareness of the amazing all round care the hospice provides."  


 

Yvonne
"Since working with the hospice, I have become a much more positive person. Birmingham St Mary’s has a really positive atmosphere amongst the people within the hospice, so being an ambassador for Birmingham St Mary’s is a really amazing opportunity. It is great to meet members of the community whom have been affected by the hospice and seeing that despite the sad times, which they went through, they speak about the hospice in such a positive light."

 


Eileen
"My brother passed away at the hospice and received excellent care. From this moment I wanted to give something back to the hospice, knowing that even in a small way I was enabling the services to continue. I feel honoured to be able to represent Birmingham St Mary’s as an ambassador, raising awareness of the services that they provide. Birmingham St Mary’s is so much more than just a place for end of life!"