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The coronavirus crisis means we’re losing hundreds of thousands of pounds a month. We desperately need your help to save our services and help us be there for the families who need us. Thank you.Donate now
Every day and night, St Barnabas House nurses and frontline staff are providing vital care for dying people and their families, both at the hospice and in their own homes.
Right now, these crucial services are essential as the NHS is put under greater strain than ever before.
For nearly 50 years St Barnabas House has been there for your local community when it matters most. But, coronavirus is having a devastating impact on our funding.
The maths is simple. It costs £700,000 a month to run St Barnabas House. Right now we are losing 70% of our monthly fundraising income. It is only a matter of time before we run out of money.
To carry on caring for your loved ones throughout the current crisis, and in the future, your support is needed more urgently than ever.
Don suffers from incurable heart failure. He lost his wife and both children to cancer and lives alone, so his visits to our Day Hospice were a lifeline. As Don told us on the phone:
“Not being able to visit the Day Hospice is a hell of a loss. I feel safe there, it’s like a second home. Now I feel like I’m waiting for that door bell to ring and for someone to tell me, “Don, you’re coming back to Day Hospice.”
Confined to his home and unable to visit the hospice, Don is struggling to cope. Your gift could fund a visit from one of our team, to deliver some vital supplies and provide some much-needed companionship.