Supporting us... Donate to St Leonard’s.

All the care and support we provide, we provide for free. But the Hospice needs to raise £5.8 million each year to provide this. We get just a quarter of our funding from the local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the rest is thanks to your generosity.

We couldn’t exist without your donations, and we couldn’t help our patients experience the best life possible either.

We couldn’t exist without your donations, and we couldn’t help our patients experience the best life possible either.

Regular giving.

Monthly contributions, of all sizes, help us keep the Hospice running. It’s also a simple and predictable way to donate, which can be factored into your monthly spending. Set up a monthly payment, and your contribution will go directly to the Hospice on the same date each month.

Set up a regular donation

Sponsor a nurse.

Our nurses are at the heart of Hospice care, from their expert knowledge of pain management and symptom control, to their experience supporting family members in distress. Or just a shoulder to cry on.

One way to give regularly is to sponsor a nurse, with your contribution going directly to their work.

Sponsor a nurse

Gift Aid

If you’re a UK tax payer we can reclaim 25p on every £1 that you donate at no extra cost to you. When donating online, please remember to tick the Gift Aid box or alternatively you can print off and fill in this Gift Aid declaration form and post or hand in at the Hospice.

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Collection boxes.

An easy way to donate is to drop a contribution into collection boxes in participating shops. Or you could go the extra mile and arrange your own collection at a public place, such as a supermarket.

To find out more email fundraising@stleonardshospice.org.uk  or call 01904 777 777

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Lottery.

Enter our weekly lottery to be in for a chance to win the £500 jackpot or one of the £200 worth of smaller prizes.

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Where does your money go?

Every donation helps support the Hospice, and the services we provide for terminally ill people and those with life limiting illnesses. From bereavement support for families, to our In-patient Unit and Hospice@Home service.