This year the Harrogate Mumbler Awards is supporting Saint Michael’s Hospice. If you can donate a gift to the raffle, please email [email protected].
Saint Michael’s Hospice is here to help people affected by terminal illness to live as full a life as possible. They do this by providing hospice care to people in the Harrogate district living with terminal illness. They also help others to offer hospice standard care to local people.
Saint Michael’s is here for people who need extra support on top of the day-to-day care they receive from GPs, district nurses, hospital teams and nursing home staff. Without the hospice, these people could be left to face the complex issues and forgotten challenges of terminal illness alone.
They care for people with a variety of terminal illnesses, including heart failure, respiratory illnesses and neurological conditions; as well as cancer. We care in people’s homes, hospitals, care homes and at our hospice.
Saint Michael’s believes there are a number of things that make our care special:
Recent feedback demonstrates what people think of our services:
They are a local charity that serves a population of nearly 160,000 people living across the Harrogate district. They are responsive to the needs of this community and dependent on their support for our success. They can only care for as many people as we have the funds to help.
Currently they spend £5million a year providing local hospice care and training others to offer hospice standard care. Around eighty per cent of this work is funded by the individuals, companies, trusts and foundations who support us. They need your financial support to be able to continue to care.