We want to continually improve our services and reach, connect and support many more that need our help beyond our hospice walls. To do this, we need you.
We have developed innovative ways of extending our care beyond the building so that you and your loved ones have more choice in how you live, and where you receive end of life care when the time comes.
Rebecca House is a purpose built facility within our building that provides respite, palliative and end of life care for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions from birth to 18 years.
Your donation is both a very special way to celebrate the life of a loved one, whilst also supporting the provision of care and support to our patients and their families, at a time when they need it most.
Every penny raised, hour volunteered or service offered, makes a life-changing difference. Each year, we estimate that the amazing support of our army of volunteers saves us over £1 million.
People referred for our care and support last year
Response time within 48 hours from accepted referral to Hospice services
Is the amount we must raise to keep our outstanding care free
Without the generosity and support of people in our community, we could not help our patients to live well, their way, to the end of lives.Read More
Hospice Isle of Man in partnership with Crossroads would like to invite individuals who are caring for a loved one in their own home to attend our fir...Read More
We are delighted to announce that Dr Justine Needham, has now been appointed as new Medical Director of Hospice Isle of Man, undertaking the role in M...Read More
On Sunday, 21st April we have 5 incredible people taking on the world famous London Marathon for us and we are so grateful!
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The Drop In sessions have been great for me as it gets me out of the house, and I can discuss any problems with the staff and volunteers. I would definitely recommend these sessions to anyone that is in a similar position to myself.
It was with some trepidation we entered Hospice, but it was not what we expected. From the moment you step inside the building you are met with smiles and a warm welcome. The sense of calm is very reassuring.
Hospice helped us out in so many ways in 2019 when they looked after our beautiful Mum. Not only did they care so much for Mum but they showed as much care for us, her family.
On the morning of Tuesday 24th July 2012, Dad passed away peacefully in his sleep, with the curtains open to the beautiful view he so admired.