Charity Details

Primrose Hospice
Registered Charity Number: 700272
Location Of Benefit: UK Local (North Worcs)
Address for donations: Primrose Hospice, St. Gowalds Road, Bromsgrove, B60 3BW

Primrose Hospice Centre of Care is an independent charity, offering advice and support to patients living with life limiting illnesses and their families in the North Worcestershire area. This includes our Day Hospice professional nursing team, accredited Counseling Service, Family Support services and Primrose at Home service that provides specialist care for patients in their own home Every year we must raise £1.6million to keep our services running. Although we work very closely with the NHS, we only receive 20% funding from them. The remaining funds are raised through events, our weekly lottery, charity shops and donations from generous individuals like you. £12 would pay for a patient’s lunch for 1 week. £26 would pay for a memory box for one of our patients children. £57 would pay for 1 hours specialist care at home for a patient. Thank you for your support.

Primrose Hospice BIG Appeal - Around the World for 80 days of care!
Please help us to reach our BIG Appeal target of £100,000 to provide care for 80 days.
Craig and Charlie's Story: "We all hope that we never have to call on Primrose Hospice, but until you do need them, most of us will take their services for granted without giving a second thought as to where the money has come from to provide their priceless support. I was as guilty as anyone until the day I needed Primrose Hospice. Hopefully after reading my story you will realise how invaluable your donations are. When we needed help Primrose Hospice was there for us My late wife Helen was diagnosed with breast cancer when our son Charlie was just six weeks old. Our lives soon changed from the happiest time of our lives to one of utter devastation. Helen received treatment and got through this traumatic time in her life with the help and support of everyone around her. Everything seemed to be going to plan when disaster struck nearly five years later as Helen was diagnosed with breast cancer again. This time there was no chance of any treatment to cure Helen; she was told
Source: website: 24 June 2014