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Help fund a Jigsaw Project day for children who have experienced a bereavement

When you support St Cuthbert's Hospice with a regular donation, no matter the amount, it makes a huge difference.

It provides us with a reliable source of income to meet the needs of our patients and their families, not just today but for the months and years ahead.

If it wasn’t for the families who had donated before us, Mum wouldn’t have been able to get the amazing care that she did right until the end. That’s why we want to support the Hospice. So that the families who follow us can experience the same love and care that we did.

A patient’s family member

Regular donations allow us to plan for the future and for a time when we know there will be even greater demand for our care from a growing and ageing population. It also reduces our administrative costs, making it the most efficient way to support us.

You may choose to give a set amount monthly or perhaps yearly to mark an important date to you and your loved ones. However you choose to support us with a regular donation we really are incredibly grateful.

Should you wish to discuss this further contact us or call 0191 386 1170 option 5 to sign up over the phone.

Our Impact

Our Impact

‘Wendy Bus’ Wows Hospice Guests

A brand new patient transport minibus dubbed ‘The Wendy Bus’ has been donated to St Cuthbert’s thanks to the amazing fundraising efforts of a local family.

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Running in Memory of Mum

This September Elliot Foster, 25, will be running the Great North Run in memory of his mum, Helen Foster, and to raise vital funds for St Cuthbert’s Hospice, Durham. He will be running in the place his mum had originally secured to run herself before being diagnosed with cancer.

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Bartek’s Story

Bartosz Balczerski was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer in 2019 just two weeks after welcoming his second son into the world.

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