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Our Partners


Our Partners

Our Partners

Our Partners

At Harlington Hospice we work in collaboration with like-minded organisations to consolidate, strengthen and expand services in our local community of Hillingdon and surrounding areas. By working in partnership, we are able to have a greater impact, particularly on people living with serious or terminal illness and those closest to them.

Our current key partners include:



This partnership is a joint venture between five prominent third sector charities within the London Borough of Hillingdon. They are Harlington Hospice, Age UK Hillingdon Harrow and Brent, Carers Trust Hillingdon and DASH, a local disability charity. The partnership was established informally in 2013 and its formal incorporation came in 2015. Harlington Hospice has two seats on the board and our Hospice CEO is a member of the H4All Executive responsible for operations services.

The partner organisations provide access to a wealth of support from across the voluntary and statutory sectors within Hillingdon with the aim of identifying service gaps and developing services to address them.

For more information visit the H4All website – Community Care Services | H4ALL

Hillingdon Carers Partnership 

Harlington Hospice is a partner in the Hillingdon Carers Partnership, which is made up of ourselves, Alzheimer’s Society, Carers Trust Hillingdon, Harlington Care and Mind Hillingdon. The partnership was formed in 2015 and offers a single point of access for carers.

By working closely together, the Partnership aim to improve carers’ experience of help, advice and support.

For more information visit the Carers Trust Hillingdon website – https://www.carerstrusthillingdon.org/

3ST – Third Sector Together (insert logo)

Harlington Hospice is a member of 3ST – Third Sector Together. This partnership consists of like-minded charities working across the eight boroughs of North West London. Our Hospice CEO is a member of the Leadership Group.

The partners came to together in 2019 to respond to the changing structures in heath and care commissioning and aspires to creating environments where all NWL residents have access to responsive, fully-integrated, quality and culturally-appropriate support and advice that reduce health inequalities and helps them to stay independent and to take control of their lives.

If you would like more information on our existing partnerships, please visit their websites or contact us on enquiries@harlingtonhospice.org.

Matron Carol stands with a woman in a blue sari in our gardens at Lansdowne House

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