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#HeartsForMyHospice

Create          Donate          Nominate

At Hospice in the Weald, we know the importance of spending time with those you love. In recent weeks, we have all explored new ways of keeping in touch with those we love but cannot visit. This can be especially difficult for patients with a terminal illness. Our Hospice team are doing everything possible to be there for these patients and families during this difficult time.

We are thrilled that so many supporters have been making and sharing hearts to celebrate the care we are providing and to send their love to those they can’t be with at this time. Can you read more about how #heartsformyhospice started here.

Be a part of this wonderful community celebrating the care Hospice in the Weald is providing throughout this time, and make your hearts for us! #heartsformyhospice

What do I need to do?

1) Create

Make a heart for someone you can’t be with at this time, to celebrate the care the Hospice is still providing. Check out some ideas and templates below.

2) Donate

Donate to help patients and those important to them get the Hospice care they need during these difficult times. You can donate below or text HOSPICEHEARTS to 70470 to donate £5*

3) Nominate

Hang your heart in your window and share it on social media. Don’t forget to #heartsformyhospice, tag us and nominate your friends and family to do the same.

 

Make your donation

 

We’re all missing our loved ones during these times, but by sharing a heart, you can send love down your street, across town, or across an ocean, and into the hearts of those we are missing and those facing terminal illness.

Get creative with your heart

We’re already seeing some really creative #heartsformyhospice out there (check out some on our Facebook page!), but if you’re looking for some inspiration, check out some ideas below:

1) Paint or colour in a heart.

                   Theres some templates to choose from here:     Heart for a loved one     Swirl heart     Simple heart

2)  Knit, crochet or stitch a heart. Pattern here.

3)  Bake and decorate a heart. Who doesn’t love a heart-shaped biscuit? Recipe here.

4)  Make a heart with your friends or colleagues on a video call, by each holding up a jigsaw piece to the camera.

5) Fold an origami heart. Instructions here.

6) Buy one of our ceramic hearts as part of our Heart to Heart appeal. If you wanted, we can send this to your loved one whilst in lockdown.

 

Keep your loved ones and Hospice in the Weald in your heart during these difficult times.

 

*Texts costs £5 + one standard rate message.