Butterwick Hospice Care must rely heavily on the donations of people and businesses across the communities we freely serve to fund everything from the Cornflakes to the Consultants.
You can help patients and their families today by making a donation.
Please support the Hospice now by either:
Please click the logo of the Butterwick Hospice you wish to help and you will be directed to the donation form.
Please also consider Gift Aiding your donation as this can add a further 25% to the value of your donation and costs you nothing. You must be a UK taxpayer to Gift Aid your donation.
There are three other simple guidelines to help you decide if you can add Gift Aid. If these three statements are true for your donation you can Gift Aid. They are:
- I am donating my own money and the funds have not come from anyone elese including family members or from an office or bucket collection.
- The money I am donating is not the proceeds from sales of goods or services or the sale of tickets.
- I have not received something in return for this donation such as an entry ticket to an event or a raffle ticket.
Thank you for your much appreciated support!
If you would like to make a donation by cheque please make your cheque payable to Butterwick Hospice Care and enclose it with a covering letter giving your name, address and any contact details (we would like to thank you for your donation) send it to either:
The Fundraising Department, Butterwick Hospice Care, Middlefield Road, Stockton on Tees, TS19 8XN
or The Fundraising Department, Butterwick Hospice at Bishop Auckland, Woodhouse Lane, Bishop Auckland, DL14 6JU.
Cheque donations towards Butterwick House Hospice should be forwarded to the Stockton address above. Please mention the donation is for the children's hospice in your covering letter.
Butterwick is about people helping people, donating funds to the Hospice puts you at the heart of that philosophy. You may not personally know the people that you are helping through your donation but you can be assured your donation will be used to add quality to the lives of people suffering from life limiting illnesses.