Charitable Trust and Foundation continue to help St Luke’s to expand and develop our services within the hospice and in our local community. We extend our warmest thanks to the following funders who have provided substantial support for our work in 2016/17.
Albert Hunt Trust
- Big Lottery Fund
- Childwick Trust
- City Bridge Trust
- D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
- Dewan Foundation
- February Foundation
- Freemasons Grand Charity
- Gwyneth Forrester Trust
- Harrow Council Outcomes Based Grants Programme
- Hospital Saturday Fund
- Kingsbury Charity
- Ladbrokes in the Community Charitable Trust
- Laduma Dhamecha Trust
- Mason Le Page Trust
- M C and K M Kamdar Foundation
- Paul Daisley Trust
- Rank Foundation
- Silverholme Housing Association Charitable Trust
- And Trusts who prefer to remain Anonymous
How Trusts and Foundation can support us
Trusts and foundations can contribute to key aspects of St Luke’s care through grants to support:
- Hospice revenue/core costs
- Service development projects
- Capital projects
Hospice core costs (unrestricted funding)
Grants are always needed to help us meet the annual costs involved in running the Hospice and in organising and delivering the services that we provide free of charge for our local community through our In-patient Unit, Woodgrange Centre and our Patient and Family Support Service. Unrestricted grants offer St Luke’s the highest flexibility to target resources where they are most needed.
Grant funding makes a significant contribution to the income needed to help us launch or expand innovative services that support the goals of our strategic plan. These include:
- Development of our Single Point of Access Service – Caring for Patients and Families who experience a crisis at Home
- Expansion of our Care Home Facilitation Project – to support staff in local Care and Nursing Homes to adopt a greater Palliative Care approach.
- Developing activities in Woodgrange Centre (eg. Complementary and Physiotherapy sessions, information, activity and social activities) – enhancing the well being of patients and their carers
- Expansion of activities of the Patient and Family Support Team – to include development of bereavement support groups for children and young people
Capital Projects whether major extension or small refurbishment and reconfiguration projects provide invaluable benefits for our patients, and have been generously supported by trusts and foundations over the years.
Some recent examples of the support we have received from Charitable Trusts and Foundations include funding:
- Development our Single Point of Access and Hospice at Home services (Albert Hunt Trust, Childwick Trust, and Harrow Council Grants Programme)
- Complementary and Physiotherapy sessions delivered in the Hospice and in patients own homes (Paul Daisley Trust)
- Activity and information sessions in our Woodgrange Centre which enable patients and carers to live well and reduce their social isolation (The February Foundation, Mason Le Page, D’Oyly Carte Trust)
- Community Support Volunteering programme (City Bridge Trust and Big Lottery Fund)
- The redesign of one of our In Patient rooms to be suitable for use for patients with Dementia (Rank Foundation)
- Education and training session to support and empower healthcare professionals
- Medical equipment and furniture used across the hospice.
We provide funders with regular feedback on the impact that a grant has made to our patients and their carers and have an extensive monitoring systems that can provide detailed, up-to-date information on services funded by trusts and foundation. Our reports can include statistics, case studies, patient feedback, photographs as well as financial accounts and publicity as requested.
Get in touch
To find out more about our work with Trusts and Foundations contact Amanda Ziegler:
Tel: 020 8382 8022