Our hospice is based in Mid Sussex and we care for patients from Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, Lewes, Uckfield and the surrounding villages.

Our Mission – We will support you and those important to you to live well towards the end of life by giving compassion, hope and quality care. Our Vision – We want to make a positive difference to the experience of everybody in our community who faces death or bereavement, by offering choice and support through our expert care, knowledge and understanding.

Click here to find out more about St Peter & St James Hospice.

Northern Ireland Hospice is a local charity caring for local people.

Each year we care for over 3,000 adults with life-limiting conditions both in Hospice and in the community. We also support their families and carers.

For us it’s not just a 9 to 5. We touch the heart of every single person who knows us, because caring is at the heart of everything we do.

Click here to find out more about Northern Ireland Hospice

The Sick Children’s Trust believes every family with a seriously ill child in hospital should be able to stay together, just minutes from their child’s bed during their treatment.

We provide free ‘Home from Home’ accommodation, as well as emotional and practical support, to families with sick children in hospital in the UK.

We believe keeping families together significantly improves the recovery of seriously ill children. Our ten ‘Homes from Home’ offer clean, comfortable accommodation where the whole family can stay close to their sick child’s bedside during their treatment.

It costs us £30 to support a family for one night and we rely entirely on voluntary income to meet this cost.

Click here to find out more about The Sick Childrens Trust.

St Barnabas Hospice Trust was created to provide a haven of comfort, care and relief for cancer patients in Lincolnshire.

In 1979 a small group of people with total funds of £270, established a charitable trust with the aim of developing a local hospice based entirely on charitable support.

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Food Train is a grocery shopping, befriending and household support service for older people assisting and enabling them to live at home independently for as long as they are able.

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South Bromley HospisCare was set up in 1984 with close support from Dame Cicely Saunders (the founder of St Christopher’s) to provide palliative care to those living in the south of Bromley. Only the north of the London Borough of Bromley was covered by St Christopher’s at this point. From the very beginning St Christopher’s provided inpatient beds for those under the care of South Bromley HospisCare – a practice which has continued ever since. South Bromley HospisCare changed name to Harris HospisCare in 2002 in recognition of the support Lord and Lady Harris had given to the hospice since it began and the gift given towards the building of Caritas House.

St Christopher’s Hospice merged with Harris HospisCare in 2008.  Since then the two organisations have worked together in partnership sharing skill set and resources, led by one board of trustees and senior management team.  As time has passed the two organisations have worked together ever more closely as the St Christopher’s Group.

Harris HospisCare changed its  name to St Christopher’s Bromley in October 2013 to acknowledge the significance of the combined Bromley-wide services now sited under one roof at Caritas House managed by St Christopher’s.  The inclusion of the word ‘Bromley’ beside St Christopher’s name emphasises the Bromley base for these services at Caritas House.

Click here to find out more about St Christophers Hospice.