Our vision is a world where everyone with an incurable illness can access the care they need to live well, to know that their family and carers are supported, and to die with dignity in the place of their choice.
We care for patients in their own homes, in our Woodgrange Day Centre, and in our In Patient Unit.
We rely on the support of our community for 70% of our funding.
Our patients and their families share their stories.
Local artists, patients, staff and volunteers donate works of art to celebrate 70 years of hospice care
Karen Tighe, trustee at St Luke’s, blogs about living with a terminal illness, and becoming an empty nester
We rely on the generosity of people like you to help us. Join us in the hospice, work in one of the shops, support a fundraising event. There are lots of ways to volunteer.