A large donation from the Connolly Foundation has helped Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in Moggerhanger to keep running and continue to provide its expert care.
The hospice cares for people with life-limiting conditions across Bedfordshire, as well as supporting their families.
For example, the donation could pay for more than 2,300 hours of care, which helps people live the best life they possibly can.
Sue Ryder cares for people with life-limiting conditions across Bedfordshire, as well as supporting their families.
The nurses, doctors and staff help patients and their loved ones with everything from pain and symptom management to emotional and practical help.
The services include an inpatient unit giving specialist care round-the-clock and a Palliative Care Hub offering palliative support to people in their own homes. The hospice also provides family and bereavement support.
Allison Mann, Interim Hospice Director at Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice, said: “A huge thank you to the Connolly Foundation for this incredible donation of £50,000 – we are really grateful for the on-going support, especially at this time.
“The donation will help to keep the hospice running and continue to provide expert care to local families when they need them the most.”