Garden House Hospice Care

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Garden House Hospice Care provides a wide range of services for patients facing a life limiting illness from across North Hertfordshire, including Letchworth Garden City, Stevenage, Hitchin, Baldock and Royston and surrounding villages (a population of around 230,000 people), whilst also supporting their families and carers through what is inevitably an extremely difficult time.

Working with their medical team of highly experienced doctors and nurses, they have specialists in a wide range of roles, including complementary physiotherapy, bereavement, occupational therapy, complementary therapy and spiritual care. The Hospice offers:

• Inpatient Care
• Hospice at Home service
• Hawthorne Centre
• Family Support Service

All of the Hospice’s services are given completely free of charge and this is only made possible through the ongoing generosity and goodwill of the community it serves. In fact, although the Hospice receives some funding from the government, they still need to raise over £2 million every year to run their services and keep caring for local people!

Profits from the Local Hospice Lottery help Garden House Hospice Care to raise this money and meet their running costs, but most importantly the Lottery provides a regular stream of income which the Hospice can rely on receiving each and every month.

Garden House Hospice Care is one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery and all profits are donated to hospice care. After marketing costs, Local Hospice Lottery will give between 50% and 80% of proceeds from individuals playing in support of Garden House Hospice Care to Garden House Hospice Care. This is expected to be at least £800,000 over five years from December 2017.

To receive further information about Garden House Hospice Care, click here , telephone 01462 679540 or email enquiries@ghhospicecare.org.uk.

Local Hospice Lottery benefits a number of hospice charities throughout Great Britain, click here to select your hospice