Support Butterwick Hospice to Grow in 2021
2021 has finally arrived, bringing with it the beginnings of Spring. With the days growing longer and lighter, the hope of warmer weather on the horizon and hopefully a gradual easing of lockdown restrictions, we’re feeling optimistic and excited about what is to come. However, although we have got through the winter, the need for care is more vital than ever. We need your help now to allow us to keep caring.
As we look out at our beautiful gardens here at Butterwick Hospice Care, we are excited to see the flowers bloom and the leaves start to form on the trees.
Trees hold a special meaning for all of us here at the hospice. They symbolise hope and enduring strength; as well as provide shelter and protection from the storm. For patients and their families, it is the protection of the hospice and the branches of support that bring them hope and refuge in their darkest times.
By supporting the hospice, you allow families, like yours, to shelter from the storm. The storm that those with a palliative care diagnosis or those who are grieving have faced over the past 12 months has been particularly difficult to bear. When you back the hospice, you become part of the Butterwick Hospice family; your roots intertwined with ours to ensure those that need us most can access specialist care.
Having provided support to communities across the North East for over 35 years, we are deep rooted in our society, offering nourishment for the sick and in need. We cannot continue to do this without your help.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on our ability to generate funds in order to support people, just like you. Please, if you can, give a gift today to help us grow and blossom in order to support families in need when they need us most.
A donation now, could provide many branches of support for those in need of your help.
- £23 could provide complementary therapy for a person with a long term, life limiting illness
- £66 could provide bereavement support for a child grieving the loss of a parent
- £120 could provide specialist care for someone dying at home
- £350 could provide respite for a family caring for a child with complex needs
Donate to www.virginmoneygiving.com today.