Jigsaw Project Fun Day
The Jigsaw Project at St Cuthbert’s Hospice supports children and young people who are experiencing grief, loss and bereavement. This may be because of life-limiting illnesses and palliative care or an unexpected or sudden death including suicide, road traffic accidents, murder and anticipatory grief.
New ‘Quirky Corner’ at Meadowfield
Our Meadowfield Furniture and Homeware Store volunteers Ray and Sheelagh have been busy creating a ‘Quirky Corner’ full of lots of unusual and interesting items.
Marks & Spencer Staff Remember Colleague with Keep on Caring Donation
We launched our Keep on Caring appeal in September to help us raise funds towards items we very much need at the Hospice, but have had to put on hold due to the drop in fundraising we have experienced throughout the pandemic. We were really touched when the team at Marks & Spencer Arnison Centre told us that they had raised a huge sum they wanted to donate to the appeal in memory of someone close to their hearts.
Schoolboy George helps to raise over £1,000, with help from Chris Moyles
We’re bursting with pride for gorgeous little George.
A big thank you to young fundraiser, and his fish, from California
We love to hear from young fundraisers, but we were really taken aback when we heard from 11 year old Nathan - all the way from California!
Ken donates Olympic Torch
Retired Fireman Ken Allday, 89, has donated one of his most prized possessions, his 2012 Olympic Torch, to us at St Cuthbert’s Hospice. Ken lost his soul mate Joan to cancer in 2010 when she died peacefully at our Hospice and he credits our team for keeping him going all the years since.
North East Charity Award for Poplar Tree Garden Centre
We would like to say a huge congratulations to our friends at Poplar Tree Garden Centre on their win at the North East Charity Awards which took place at Ramside Hall.
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