Sue Ryder Hospice Care
Part of the Sue Ryder charity, St John's provides specialist medical and nursing care to people in the community suffering from life limiting and terminal illness. We also offer the only Lymphoedema clinic in Bedfordshire along with a specialised Motor Neurone Disease facility. Just as importantly, we give support to the families of those we care for, including bereavement counselling when the time comes. However, each year, we need £2.4 million to keep the doors of St John's Hospice open.
If you fancy getting more involved with the work of St John’s, there are lots of ways you can help. The fundraising team are always looking for volunteers to donate their time with a variety of tasks that you can choose from. The hospice relies on its volunteers as a valuable part of their team.
If you don’t feel like becoming a regular volunteer, why not take part in an event? If you have a goal that you have always wanted to achieve, whether it is a challenge, a marathon, a bike ride, a walk or a run, you could raise money for the hospice at the same time. Alternatively, you could organise your own event, either on your own or with a fundraising group, to raise money for St John’s. You will have lots of support from the hospice.
Please contact us for further information.
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Last updated 21/02/2018