Hospice Isle of Man is now an integral part of Island life, having been established 40 years ago in 1983.
In the first year of operation Hospice was able to offer support and care to 103 people in their own home. By 2021 that figure had risen to 580 people receiving specialist palliative and end of life care in a place of their choice, whether that be home, hospital or our own In Patient Unit.
We know there are around 900 deaths on the Island every year. We provide direct care for approximately 40%, at the time of their death. Of course the care we provide doesn’t stop with the patient, we are proud that our support services also extend to those who matter to the patient, even past the time of death. Hospice Isle of Man truly is a charity that belongs to everyone in the community.
Caring for our community for the last 40 years has been a privilege. With your support, we can be here for the next 40 years and beyond.
In 2023, we want to share the amazing journey that we've been on together over the past four decades, because YOU are a part of our history.
By contributing just 40p a day*, you show your care for the people of our community and allows us to continue to provide our services to those who need them, when they need them.