Can you give just £1 per week to help Open Up Hospice Care?

It costs £8 million to run all of our services each year, and that cost will only increase as time moves on and demands for our care rise.

For just £1 per week you will be helping us plan for a future where we are there to support every single person living in Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre who needs us.

But that's not all - we want to give something back to you, our supporter. So for just £1 per week you can join the Trinity Hospice Lottery, and be in with the chance of winning our top prize of £1,000!

If you miss out on the top cash payout, you could still win one of 12 other prizes: £300, £100 or 10 prizes of £10.

Want more chances to win? You can enter up to three plays per week.

Your £1, or £3, per week will really make a difference to all those people who will call on us on the future. You are helping us to Open Up Hospice Care for generations to come.

Why not open up your wardrobe?

Did you know we raise nearly £400,000 from our charity shops?

We can raise even more, with your help.

To help us Open Up Hospice Care for our whole community, we're asking you to open up your wardrobe, and donate clothes you no longer wear to one of our shops.

We can raise money from your unwanted clothes, which we'll use to make local hospice care accessible to everyone who needs it.

What is the Open Up Hospice Care campaign?

It is our mission that everyone across the Fylde coast has access to the very best end-of-life care, and that's why we are joining forces with other hospices across the UK for the Open Up Hospice Care campaign.

The campaign is led by national hospice charity Hospice UK, and aims to highlight how a lot of hospice care is now delivered outside of the hospice walls.

We know that there are more people living in our area who need our quality hospice care, whether that's in our In-patient Unit, in their own homes or in a care home or hospital. And the only way we can reach all those who need us is with your help.

One in four people in the UK miss out on the care they need due to a range of reasons including late or a lack of referrals to hospice services, low levels of awareness about hospice care and where and when this support is available.

Also, studies have shown that people from economically deprived areas, BAME (black and minority ethnic) communities and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people can experience barriers to accessing end of life care services.

Find out more about the Open Up Hospice Care campaign

Did you know?

There's something unique about hospice care, but we sometimes get mixed up with other charities and there are still lots of people who think hospices are part of the NHS. Our services cost over £7 million a year to run and around £5 million of that comes from local peoples' voluntary donations. It's the generosity of our community that keeps our doors open.

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