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A tribute to Wilston, who was cared for at this Hospice. Wilston was Britain's First Black Train Driver.
West Ham women's boss pledges to support the Hospice by spreading awareness for Charity's work
Since Saint Francis Hospice’s cornea donation programme was launched, over 100 patients have donated their corneas and given the gift of sight to up to 10 children and adults. As part of Organ Donation Week (20-26 September), we're sharing Rosie's story about why she signed up to donate her corneas.
On Sunday 3 October Claire England will be running the London Marathon in memory of Lynsey Carlin, her best friend and former BP colleague. Here Claire shares her story about why she is taking on the 26.2 mile run to raise money for local people who need our care.
When Vlad became seriously unwell, his parents feared the worst. But with our help, Vlad is now back to enjoying life again.
Dean Baker is taking on three fitness challenges in three months after COVID delays events
Sue Charalambous helped support the Hospice by leaving a tribute to her parents on our Memory Tree
Friday 23 July 2021 marks the 37th anniversary of the Hospice opening
After four postponements, teenage sweethearts Amanda Green and John Richardson will finally tie the knot - 47 years after they first met.
Our consultant Mark Howard will be taking his love of fitness to the next level when he takes on the London Triathlon to raise money for local people who are seriously ill.
Lockdown couldn't stop our choir singing and reaching their fundraising milestone of £30,000
Joanne Mangan and Matthew Lampard have decided to run the London Marathon to raise money for the Hospice
Ex-Team GB Swimmer, Tina Briden, arranged the open water swim at TriFarm that raised over £11,000 for the hospice
Chelsea Fox, and her boyfriend, Matt Gardiner, will be taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge in memory of their grandparents
Snooker legend, Steve Davis, cut the ribbon and officially opened our new store in Brentwood on Tuesday 15 June
Laura Butler will walk 24 miles and climb 5000 feet in one day in August in memory of her father
Harry Drew took on the London to Brighton cycling challenge and raised £286 for Saint Francis Hospice
This week (1 - 7 June) is volunteers week, and we say thank you to all of our invaluable volunteers who help at the Hospice.
Criminal Lawyer, Louise Milton-White, had never been to a charity shop before finding friendship and happiness when she started volunteering.
We're hosting Go Orange Day on Friday 2 July and we want you to join in!
Saint Francis Hospice launches Spring Appeal to encourage community to help raise funds
Fifty local residents set off on a Saturday morning to walk 26.2 miles, raising over £13,000 for the Hospice
Neighbours Jason and Steve have signed up for the 235 mile bike ride after lockdown inspired them to get on their bikes.
Tina Clark raised money for her Saint Francis Hospice with a skydive in memory of her mum
Death, dying and bereavement are conversations most people shy away from but making plans and talking to our loved ones about our end-of-life wishes, are what help to ensure we are in a good place to die.
Els Green ran her first marathon virtually after COVID-19 stopped the event from going ahead.
Linda matched our nurses and took 12,000 steps a day to raise over £900 for the Hospice.
In March, three sisters walked 300km in memory of their Dad, who passed away in February
When Henriette was disgnosed with Multiple System Atrophy, her life changed. Here's her story.
We are pleased to be partnering with F Barnes and Taylors Legal for Make a Will campaign