Birmingham St Mary’s is a lead provider of expert adult palliative care services, and our vision is to ensure that the best hospice care is available for everyone across the Birmingham and Sandwell communities, wherever and whenever they need it. To achieve this, we must offer high quality services, whilst continuously growing our provision of care to support more people in need. The projects that we are currently raising funds for will do exactly this. In addition, they will help us to significantly enhance the quality of care we provide to the community, which in turn will improve the lives of those we support.

Heart Failure Project

Working collaboratively with University Hospital Birmingham Heart Clinic to provide palliative care for people suffering from chronic heart conditions.

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In-Patient Unit Bathroom Refurbishment

The vital refurbishment of our Inpatient bathroom and sluice room facilities, to improve accessibility and provide crucial support for those in our care.

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Arts Therapy Project

Providing pain and stress relief whilst improving wellbeing through the use of art and drama – this is a 12 month trial, utilising the specialist skills of two art therapists.

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Retail Upgrade Programme

An upgrade of our 17 charity shops will help us to enhance our donor shopping experience, improve our retail profile and attract a wider group of customers and supporters, enabling us to raise more funding.

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Education Programme

Birmingham St Mary’s is committed to encouraging and supporting staff development. This is a three-year education programme for our dedicated clinical staff, to equip them with advanced knowledge and skills required to deliver the best end of life care possible.

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Equipment / Items

Necessary equipment and items to enhance support for people in our care. This could be anything from a mattress, to a vehicle which could transport blood samples, wheelchairs, or the people we support.

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