Caring for People in Harrow & Brent

Heroes don’t always wear capes!

There are many wonderful individuals and groups in our community upon whom the survival of St Luke’s depends. They may not wear capes but they are undoubtedly our Hospice Heroes!

We are really blessed to be part of such a strong, caring and kind community. This summer the following people and organisations have gone out of their way to help us with good deeds and fantastic fundraising. We give our huge thanks to them all.


John Lyon School – The School had a ‘Go Purple’ theme for Mufti Day. Organised by the incoming Head Boy Team, the event saw pupils and staff come together to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice. Pupils learnt about the amazing work of St Luke’s during morning assembly and at break time, the incoming Head Boy Team served delicious purple milkshakes, cakes and distributed purple wristbands. It looked like a lot of fun, and along with an online art exhibition, an amazing £1,500 was raised.  

St Dominic’s College – A Coronation walk fit for a King was organised with college staff and students walking around Harrow On The Hill to commemorate the royal event whilst raising over £1,000 for the Hospice. 

Claremont High School – invited us to their end of year charity day. The students were very engaged and asked lots of questions about St Luke’s Hospice care.


Frosty’s Bar, Kenton Road – Frosty’s raised £500 for us from a charity night in June. They also have a book swap corner in the pub with regular donations made to the Hospice. 

Old Salvatorian’s Football Club – The group arranged a very successful day of friendship and football (as well as bouncy play area, refreshments and face painting!) with over 200 people attending and raising £4,372.44. 

Morrisons Harrow – donated sweets for us to use when attending school fetes before they broke up for the summer. 

Moranos Wine Bar – held a quiz night in aid of the Hospice. 

Faith Groups 

Kingsbury Swaminarayan Temple Yoga group – members of the Kingsbury Swaminarayan Temple yoga group with their friends and family have been able to raise and donate £2,762 to St Luke’s by participating in the Midnight Walk. They told us, “We are so grateful for the care that St Luke’s provides to people in Brent and Harrow approaching the end of their life, giving them the best quality of life and looking after them with dignity and respect. We cannot thank you enough for all that you do and it is a privilege to support you.”

North Harrow Methodist Church – held a coffee morning in aid of the hospice.    

If your school, community group or organisation would like to do something to help the Hospice, we’d love to hear from you and can help with ideas and resources. Please contact Kate or Nikita at

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