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LATEST UPDATE - Friday 28th September 2018

We were pleased to meet this week with Sir Michael Sobell's granddaughter Gaie Scouller - one of the trustees of The Sobell Foundation

The Foundation is a grant-making trust established by Sir Michael in 1977 for general charitable purposes, which  included the original set-up costs of the hospice. 

We updated the Foundation about the current challenges facing end-of-life and palliative care services in the north of Hillingdon.

We talked about our aim to protect inpatient and day services in a rebuilt, renovated or relocated hospice - including standing ready to raise capital funds for an achievable plan. 

And we explained the need for NHS leaders to put concrete proposals for hospice care on the table by the end of 2018.

We will always be grateful for the Foundations commitment to hospice care in our community - and will be keeping its trustees fully informed about our next steps.

CEO Judi Byrne, Chair - Rosalind Williams, Trustee - Daksha Dodhia and Trustee Designates Cllr John Hensley & Philip Austin 


We have campaigned and spoken out for more than 40 years on behalf of people in our community with life-limiting illnesses.

And thanks to the generosity of all our supporters, we have raised millions of pounds since 1977.

We are NOW fighting to protect the future of hospice care in Hillingdon.

And we need your help.


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On 25th May 2018 a new EU law called The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect replacing the current Data Protection Act.

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Where the money goes

Fully funding palliative and end-of-life care in the day hospice such as; nursing care, consultant advice and support, complementary, physical and art therapies

Funding amenities for patients in the inpatient unit