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May 15 2018

Saint Michael s Hospice, volunteering for hospice.#Volunteering #for #hospice

volunteering for hospice

“I control my symptoms; lymphoedema doesn’t control me,” says new mum Bev

Specialised bereavement support

“I still miss grandma, but I have nice memories,” says seven-year-old Sam

Helping families make the most of every day

Being referred to the inpatient unit (IPU) at Saint Michael’s is always an emotional step to take.

Care for any terminal illness – David’s story

“Coming to Saint Michael’s has given me such a boost – it’s totally improved my quality of life”

Saint Michael’s, why we exist

Volunteering for hospiceSaint Michael’s exists to help people with terminal illness to live and die well. We do this by offering specialist care, comfort and support, free of charge, to patients and their families. We are an independent charity working in the Harrogate District.

Skydive Challenge

A special challenge for you, an extraordinary difference to others.


With 32 cash prizes up for grabs and your 1 going straight to helping patients at Saint Michael’s, whether your number comes up or not. everyone’s a winner.

Saint Michael’s Christmas Superdraw

What would you do with £3,000? Soak up some winter sun? Or stash it away for a rainy day?

Just ‘B Shop Launch

Join us to toast the opening of our first ever Just ‘B’ store.

Light up a Life, Ripon

Volunteering for hospice

Missing someone special this Christmas? Dedicating a light on our Christmas tree is a meaningful way to remember them.

Jean s rockin 85th birthday bash

Jean Boyes has dedicated more than 23 years of her life to volunteering for Saint Michael’s; she’s spent 15 years volunteering at the inpatient unit (IPU), she’s shaken a tin in street collections and.

Hospice heroes shortlisted

Our invaluable housekeeping team, often referred to as our ‘hospice heroes’, have successfully been shortlisted as finalists of the Caring UK Awards in the ‘quality in housekeeping’ category. Pictured.

Matt s offbeat idea supports local hospice care charity

A HARROGATE man is drumming up support for a world record-breaking attempt which will raise money for local charities. Matt Pargeter will be starting a Guinness World Record attempt of drumming contin.

Volunteering for hospice

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