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We need to raise over £8 million every year to provide outstanding Hospice care to the local community. To get involved with our fundraising activities, start volunteering, or make a donation, use the information on this page.

Hospice in the Weald for Children

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We’re here to help children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions make the most of every day with their families. We believe in children being able to enjoy childhood as children, rather than as patients.

Children, parents and siblings can benefit from the help that our friendly team of professionals provide. This includes home visits for respite care sessions, hospital visit support, individual and group talking therapies, tailored bereavement support, memory making, home music therapy, assistance for children at school, and practical and emotional support.

We provide care and support between 08:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday. 

If you have a non-urgent query outside of these hours, a message can be left with the wider team. You can rest assured that all messages will be responded to within the next working day. To contact us with a non-urgent query, please call: 01892 820 515

It’s tough being a parent and it’s even tougher being a carer too – we know how important it is to be a parent and not always a carer. We’re here to help lighten that load with free care for children and their families – through home visits and emotional support.

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Tracy Smith, Head of Service for Children and Young People, “We know there are 99,000 children in the UK living with a life-limiting condition and this number is growing. We launched Hospice in the Weald for Children to help meet the increasing need in the area so are proud to already be supporting more than 40 children, parents and siblings and plan to extend this to reach many more families by the end of the year.”