About this Collection
Leave the effort of getting rid of your tree to us!
Support St Richard's Hospice by having your real tree collected and recycled for a donation towards our care.
How your donation will make a difference:
- £15 could pay for a specialist Day Hospice nurse for an hour.
- £30 could pay for three a la carte patient meals on our In-patient Unit.
- £66 could pay for a Healthcare Assistant for a day. (This is the full cost of employing a member of staff and all other costs)
Our volunteers are collecting and recycling trees in Worcestershire on the 11th, 12th & 13th January 2019 in the following postcodes:
WR1, WR2, WR3, WR4, WR5, WR8, WR7, WR9,
WR10, WR11, WR12, WR13, WR14
Register your tree by 7th January 2019 3pm.
Thank you to all our local businesses and volunteers who will be collecting and recycling your trees for our care.
ACW Trees Fortis Living Evesham Plant Hire Nationwide Building Society
Karndean Design Flooring Walsh Construction Rock Power Connections Ltd
Cotswold Drainage Leigh Sinton Christmas Trees White Logistics & Storage Ltd
Instant Scenery Open GI Gwillams Farmshop AJM Carpentry and Joinery
Green Trek St Peters Garden Centre Worcester Countryside Centre Pershore College
Parallel Lines Air Torque Ltd AC Valve Alliance Spring Forward Landscaping
For queries or further information about the Christmas tree collection please contact Isobel Murphy Tel: 01905 763963 or Email email@example.com.
About the Hospice
Every year St Richard’s provides free, expert care and support to more than 3,300 adults affected by a life-limiting illness. We aim to improve people’s quality of life and well-being, helping them to live as fully as they can to the end of their lives, however long that may be. Hospice care is free for everyone.
A hospice is not just a building – it is a way of caring for people. St Richard’s cares for people in a number of different places including people’s own homes, in day services, hospice beds and even by telephone if that is preferred.
St Richard’s is an independent charity and relies on generous donations to continue its care.