Mercy Ships deploys hospital ships to some of the poorest countries in the world, delivering vital, free healthcare to people in desperate need. Two out of three people on the planet do not have access to surgery when they need it. Conditions requiring surgical treatment kill more people in low income countries than HIV/Aids, TB and malaria combined.
The Christie Hospital opened in 1901 and is now Europe’s largest single-site cancer centre, treating around 44,000 patients each year. It is an international leader in cancer research with world-first breakthroughs for over 100 years. The Christie charity raises money to fund enhanced services over and beyond what the NHS funds.
Colin Hunter has attended Day Hospice at Florence Nightingale Hospice weekly for two years, and has also been in the In-Patient Unit for respite care every eight to twelve weeks. Battling his long-term terminal illness brought home to him and his wife Denise how important it was for him to get everything organised, including his Will - and how much he wanted to ensure he could give something back to Florence Nightingale Hospice.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is a place where seriously ill children from across the UK come for life-changing treatments. Every day over 600 children arrive at GOSH and the hospital has always depended on public support to give these children the chance for a better future. As the largest dedicated funder of paediatric research in the UK we also play a key role in training children’s health specialists for the future.
Remember and celebrate the life of someone special. Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice is a charity caring for over 2,500 people with terminal illnesses every year. All of our care is provided totally free of charge to people living in the Boroughs of Royal Greenwich and Bexley. We provide high-quality, compassionate care and support to people with all types of terminal illnesses, their families and their carers.
When you are making a Will, could you find it in your heart to leave a gift (called a "legacy") to Havens Hospices? When a family has been told that there's no cure for their loved one's illness, Havens Hospices can help. We're here to make the journey as comfortable as possible, controlling pain and medication, offering respite and caring for children and adults at the end of their lives.
Every life a full life, every death a dignified death. Your first priority when writing your Will is to provide for your loved ones; but we hope that you will also consider leaving a gift in your Will to support the work of Helen & Douglas House. Our mission is to enable young people with life shortening conditions to live as well and fully as possible to the end of their lives.
Hospice AID UK delivers much needed grants to hospices throughout the UK. We donate in areas where funding is not available from other sources, filling the gap that would otherwise mean hospices going without.
Leicester Hospitals Charity exists to support patients, their carers and the NHS staff who look after them in Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland and beyond. We link closely with the strategic aims of the University Hospitals of Leicester and the broader strategic aims of NHS healthcare in the East Midlands and are committed to providing additional resources, state of the art equipment and the best possible facilities and environment for our patients, visitors and staff.
By leaving a gift in your will, you can help transform lives long into the future. The Michael Sobell Hospice charity (formerly the Friends of Michael Sobell House) is dedicated to supporting the work of Michael Sobell House, providing specialised end of life care, comfort and support to local people, their families, friends and carers.