Monthly Archives February 2018

Ruislip Round Table Santa Sleigh raised £5k!

A big thumbs up to our friends and long term supporters at the Ruislip Round Table 124. who recently visited the Hospice to present a cheque for a wonderful £5,000! Money raised from December’s Christmas Santa Sleigh fundraiser. Staff Nurse Elayne Todd was also on hand to say thank you and accept the kind donation. Ruislip Round Table Chairman Alex Richiardi said: “We are supporting Michael Sobell Hospice Charity because you do a fantastic job and we always like to raise funds for local charities.” We look forward to seeing you again soon and already have our December date booked in on
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Hospice gets smart thanks to Haven Funeral Services

Local funeral company Haven Funeral Services of Northwood Hills has donated a brand new 49 inch Smart HD TV to Michael Sobell Hospice at Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood. The TV is for the family room at the Hospice where patients and their families can spend precious time together, and family members can spend the night to be with their loved ones. Steve Thomas, Area Development Manager at Haven Funeral Services, won the TV at a work conference recently and decided to donate it to a good cause.  He said: “We are delighted to support such a worthy local charity and
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Ruislip Belles and Beaux – bell ringing winners!

BELL BELL BELL, what do we have here?! A very big thank you to the wonderful Ruislip Belles and Beaux that’s what, who made a visit to our Day Therapy Unit on Friday for a special bell ringing performance for patients. The group are fantastic supporters of the Hospice, and this year have raised an incredible £3,200! On behalf of everyone involved with Michael Sobell Hospice, thank you so much for your wonderful support.    
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BNI Rickmansworth launch Donate Don’t Dump campaign

DONATE DON’T DUMP – is the message from Michael Sobell Hospice Charity (MSHC) as it launches a new campaign with BNI in Rickmansworth, to encourage people to donate their unwanted clothing, bric a brac, household goods and gifts, to help make a difference to those receiving specialist palliative care across Hillingdon, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The campaign recently launched by MSHC Head of Income Generation, Caroline Caisley, in partnership with representatives of BNI, based on Church Street, invites employees along with the general public to have a wardrobe clear-out, fill up a bag or two with unwanted donations and simply bring
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