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Trusts & Foundations

Our Hospice has received many generous grants from Charitable Trusts and Foundations. 

Funding from independent grant makers such as Trusts and Foundations is a very important and appreciated source of income for Harlington Hospice and the Inpatient Unit at Michael Sobell House.   

The generous grants we have received over the years have meant we can continue to bring much needed palliative care to our vibrant community across Hillingdon. As a hospice, we are only part funded by the NHS.  Every year, we need to raise £2.4 million to deliver our IPU at Michael Sobell House, Hospice at Home, Wellbeing, Psychological & Emotional Support, including Child & Adolescent Bereavement Services (CABS), and Education & Information services. 

Financial gifts provided by Charitable Trusts and Foundations help supports those in our community living with a serious or terminal illness to live each of their days in their own way. 

For further information about the ways in which Trusts and Grant making organisations can help and partner with us please contact our Fundraising Team on fundraising@harlingtonhospice.org.  

Past and present support

Our Inpatient Unit at Michael Sobell House has received substantial grants which have helped us meet running costs, supported vital building and refurbishment works, and enabled the purchase of a wide range of clinical equipment and other resources that have greatly benefitted people staying with us.

In recent years, our CABS programme has received grants to allow us to continue our invaluable work with children and adolescents.  Including a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to support our CABS Team’s research project on Neurodiversity and Grief. At Harlington Hospice we recognise the importance of caring for children and families during the grieving process.  Illness, the death of a parent, family member, friend, or other significant individual can be painful and distressing.  Bereavement can affect the ability to study, work, relate to others and develop.  Our individualised approach ensures that every child or adolescent and their family receives the care and support they need to navigate this difficult time in their lives.