Have a heart for Peace Hospice Care

Borehamwood Times: Have a heart for your hospice Have a heart for your hospice

A hospice which cares for terminally ill people and their families is asking people to ‘have a heart’ and give what they can to help it continue its work.

Peace Hospice Care, which each year supports more than 1,500 patients across South West Hertfordshire with life-limiting illnesses, is asking members of the community to donate £1 or more.

The campaign, which begins next week, will see companies, schools, shops and fundraisers shaking tins and buckets and wearing ‘Have a Heart for the Hospice’  badges.

The hospice is desperately in need of more money after a challenging year and a quiet Christmas, and would like as many people as possible to become involved.

Peace Hospice Care’s chief executive Sue Plummer said: “Please get in touch and we can help you help us. This really is a small ask that will scoop big results.

"We need to raise £4million every year to provide our services. Have a heart for your hospice and the power of the pound will make such a difference to so many people in South West Herts."

Please contact Peace Hospice Care for a collection box, badges, or advice on how you or your company, school, or shop can be part of  the Have a Heart for your Hospice campaign.

For more information contact the fundraising team on 01923 330349  or fundraising@peacehospicecare.org.uk


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