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Queenscourt Hospice, Southport

About this Collection

The 2019 Christmas tree collection was a huge success with many volunteers collecting 1,020 Christmas trees on the weekend of the 11th and 12th January raising a total of £11,724.01.*

This collection has grown in popularity each year and it is thanks to the volunteers and the generosity of local residents who donated to have their tree collected that the collection has grown so quickly.

90% of the monies raised, a total of £10,551.61 went to the hospice with 10% going to the local charity, £1,172.40 Twinkle House.

Twinkle House is Wellness and Sensory Centre that provides free support sessions for children and young people with Disabilities and Additional Needs. They also provide a range of sensory rooms and a Hydrotherapy pool for all ages, as well as Sleep Counselling and Therapeutic Dance, Yoga and Mindfulness sessions for children and young people up to the age of 19 years old.

In 2017, they offered support and the therapeutic facilities to over 6,000 people in West Lancashire which has meant that they are able improve the health and well-being for family support, building resilience and empowering children and young people and are also able to provide early intervention and support parents and carers, particularly those with undiagnosed or with newly diagnosed Disabilities.

For any queries, please contact the Fundraising department  on 01704 544645 or email the Fundraising Team on fundraising@queenscourt.org.uk

 

*after operating costs and including Gift Aid.


About the Hospice

Queenscourt Hospice is at the heart of palliative care within Southport, Formby and West Lancashire.

We strive to provide the very best specialist care free of charge to adults reaching the end of their lives, whilst giving vital support and respite to families and carers. We achieve this through a broad range of services within the Hospice, hospitals, patient’s homes and throughout the local community.

We do all we can for those in our care and understand the importance of personal choice, independence and dignity. On average we support over 1000 people every year to live the best possible quality of life and enjoy precious time with their loved ones.

Providing such a high standard of care costs Queenscourt around £4 million each year. With less than 20% of our costs from the NHS, we very much rely on the wonderful support we receive from our community and fundraising activities such as this collection service.

Your support is greatly appreciated!

To learn more about our work and the difference your donation will make please visit www.queenscourt.org.uk.

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