About this Collection
The Hospice of St Francis Christmas Tree Collection Campaign; get the New Year off to a great start by helping us raise funds for the hospice by recycling your Christmas tree!
- £10 could pay for half an hour of telephone counselling for a grieving husband and dad who has lost his precious wife.
- £14 could pay for a member of the Hospice carers’ team to look after an elderly gentleman in his own home, giving his partner, a tired carer, a break to enjoy a favourite activity.
- £20 could pay for a specialist rehab session to rebuild a grandad’s strength helping him achieve a personal goal, such as walking his beloved dogs or attending a football match again.
We are collecting from postcodes:
Harpenden (AL5), St Albans (AL1, AL2, AL3 and AL4) and Hemel Hempstead (HP1, HP2 and HP3)
Collection dates: Sunday 6th January and Monday 7th January 2019
Don't leave it too late. Register your tree by 12pm on Thursday 3rd January 2019
- Harpenden Lions
- Harpenden Town Council
- The Rotary Club of Hemel Hempstead
- St Albans City & District Council
- St Albans Lions
For queries or further information about the Christmas tree collection please call us on 01442 869555 or email Hannah Norton – email@example.com
About the Hospice
The Hospice of St Francis helps 2,000 local people from St Albans, Harpenden, Hemel Hempstead and the surrounding area to live their precious lives well. Our free care for people managing, or recovering from, serious illness has many forms – care at the Hospice, at home, or in our Spring Centre - and is defined by each person's need. We ‘give life back’ by improving symptoms and helping people to achieve personal goals, whilst for others we make the end of life the best it can be. We’re also here for loved ones and children affected by loss, helping them to rebuild their lives and live through grief.
We love what we do and we love your support too. By supporting our Christmas Tree Collection you are ensuring that The Hospice of St Francis can help more patients and their families live their precious lives well.