St Peter & St James Hospice
Charity registration no. 1056114
All profits are donated to hospice care and after marketing costs Local Hospice Lottery will give between 52% and 80% of income from individuals playing to support St Peter & St James Hospice to St Peter & St James Hospice. This is expected to be at least £400,000 over five years.
St Peter & St James Hospice and the services provided
St Peter & St James provides specialist end of life care and support for individuals from East and West Sussex with cancer and other life limiting illnesses such as neurological conditions and far-advanced organ failure.
The hospice’s approach enables people to live well with their illness and ultimately, to die with dignity in their preferred place of choice. It also enables family and friends to cope with the difficulties involved when a relative receives a life limiting diagnosis, taking on the role of carer and coping with bereavement and grief.
St Peter & St James Hospice have a multi-disciplinary team which provides services including nursing and medical care, counselling, welfare services, physiotherapy, complementary therapy and spiritual care.
Supporting patients in their own home is also a very important aspect of the hospice’s work, which is achieved through Clinical Nurse Specialists. They are specially trained palliative care nurses offering advice and support to patients at home. Often known as Community Nurses and funded entirely by the Hospice, they also facilitate access to our entire range of hospice services.
How Local Hospice Lottery helps
We need to raise over £7,200 per day to run our hospice and community services. 86% of the funds we need must come from donations and fundraising. A proportion of proceeds from the Local Hospice Lottery helps towards St Peter & St James Hospice’s running costs and provides a regular stream of income which the charity can depend on receiving, each and every month.
A little help really can make a BIG difference.
Click HERE to set up a Direct Debit for the Local Hospice Lottery in support of St Peter & St James Hospice.