We provide care,
comfort and support
for local people facing
life limiting illnesses
Donate to the Michael Sobell Hospice 40th anniversary appeal supporting our Patient & Family Support (PAFS) Team
Our 40th anniversary campaign is officially underway in celebration of 40 years of Michael Sobell Hospice. Since February 14th, 1977, when the Hospice first opened its doors, it has been providing expert care and support to local patients and their families facing life-limiting illness. Over the past four decades, services such as the Patient & Family Support Team have been an invaluable source of support, compassion and kindness at an often very difficult time for families and their loved ones.
YOU ARE SIMPLY AMAZING - THANK YOU!
Over 850 walkers took on our Ladies in the Night Disco Fever challenge on a balmy Friday night! Thank you to each and every one of you, and to our fantastic volunteers and marshals. We hope you all enjoyed it - we know we did! You can all be very proud of yourselves. All you need to do now is send that sponsorship money in and help us raise those vital pennies for our Hospice. To browse and buy official photographs from the night (we will receive a 10% donation from sales) simply click on the link below, then try and spot yourself! *AVAILABLE TO BUY UNTIL END OF SEPTEMBER*
WE NEED YOUR VOTES!
Michael Sobell Hospice is appealing to all our friends, supporters and service users to vote online to help us receive a £25,000 Community Award from the Freemasons, as part of Freemasonry’s 300th anniversary celebrations.
The Masonic Charitable Foundation is distributing three million pounds to 300 charities across the country, and we have been nominated! Each of the nominated charities will receive a grant, but the public vote will determine how much each charity receives, ranging from £4,000 to £25,000, so please VOTE FOR US NOW by clicking this link. Voting closes on Monday, 31 July.
Every patient should experience a journey towards the end of their life that is peaceful, comfortable and free from worry and pain.
Michael Sobell Hospice provides care, comfort and support for local people facing life limiting illnesses. The Hospice is a special place, where patients and families can spend precious time together, on the Mount Vernon Hospital site.
Our professional team offers medical, nursing and emotional care along with practical support for patients, their families and carers. Our aim is that every patient should experience a journey towards the end of their life that is peaceful, comfortable and free from worry and pain.