You are helping to ensure that our services will remain available, at no cost, to our patients, friends and carers when they need it most, in a setting of their choice.
Here at Hospice, our one purpose is supporting you to live well, your way, to the end of your life. We don’t charge a single penny for our services and we only receive a small proportion of our funding from the government, relying on donations and legacies from generous people in the community.
There are many ways that you can help us be sustainable and fit for the future, we are so grateful to everyone who supports us.
General donations enable us to direct funds towards the areas of greatest need, including providing our services here in the Hospice building, in Rebecca House or through community settings.
Whether you are at home, at work or out in the community – whatever fundraiser you chose to do, you will be helping us raise the vital funds we need to continue our work.
No matter how big or small your business, become a corporate partner and give something back to the Island’s community.
Every penny raised for Hospice really does make a difference to our patients’ lives – all donations received from our Shops and Warehouse go directly towards patient care.
We have created a range of volunteering opportunities that enable ordinary people to do extraordinary things. There are lots of ways to lend a hand and you can really make your volunteering role your own.
Give a little, win a lot – we have up to £1,000 for grabs each month, for as little as £5 a play. Join your local lottery in support of Hospice today.
In memorial donations allow family and friends to honour the memory of a loved one. Often the person who died, or their next of kin, will have asked that donations be made in lieu of flowers.
Each year approximately 75% of our funding comes from people just like you. By leaving a gift in your Will you can plan to support the provision of our services beyond your lifetime.
Becoming a member affords you the opportunity to play an active role in the future of Hospice Isle of Man whilst also supporting us financially. Members receive the right to vote at our Annual General Meeting (AGM). These decisions can include the election of board members and the appointment of auditors.
Have some fun, meet other people and help us help people who really need our care.