It’s Volunteers Week 2020! Watch our short thank you film to all the wonderful volunteers who give their time to support us, to mark this special week. THANK YOU!
It's Volunteers Week!
Donate to us
We are opening 4 new “Donation Stations” from the week commencing 1st June at St Austell, Bodmin, Truro and Bude. You’ll be able to bring in all those donations that you’ve kindly been saving up! We’ll also be setting up mobile donation points in various towns from Monday 8th June. Click on the “Donate to Us” to find out more!
All our Charity Shops remain closed and all Events postponed or cancelled up until July, this may change in line with Government directives.
*Please do not leave donations at any of our shops as our staff are not there to clear them from outside – please use the 4 Donation Stations during their opening hours only.
Our Community Services venues are temporarily closed, but we are still here for you. You can also call our team to arrange a telephone or video support call on 01726 829874, visit our self help page or join our Community Friendship Cafe on Facebook.
(Your call will be triaged and you’ll be contacted by one of our team where appropriate.)
Tour de Cornwall
Following on from the amazing response we had to Your Marathon Your Pace, we’re throwing down the gauntlet of 100 miles of cycling, at your pace to be completed during June.
Sign up for £10 per adult, £5 per child, with an option to show the world your support with a Cornwall Hospice Care tshirt, running vest or cycling jersey.
About Cornwall Hospice Care
We are a Cornish charity that provides specialist care for people with terminal illnesses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our clinical teams support in and out patients and their families at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell, St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle and in Cornwall’s hospitals, care homes and in the community.
We also run a 24 hour advice line for other healthcare professionals and share our knowledge through education programmes supporting the healthcare workers of the future.
Every year it costs over £5.3 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients, their families and their carers.
Only 19.1% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners who in the last financial year gave us £1 million.
The rest is raised by the people of Cornwall, people like you, who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and donate to, and buy in, our shops.