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Forget Me Nots

Forget-me-not Appeal

Dedicating a flower sculpture in a loved one’s name is a unique way to remember them and treasure their memory. That’s why we have launched a striking new range of forget-me-nots – a flower traditionally associated with remembrance.

By reserving your forget-me-not today, you will have your own beautiful lasting tribute to someone special – whether a family member, friend or colleague – for many years to come. What’s more, your donation will help to make a real difference to the lives of our patients and their families, enabling them to get the vital care and support they need when they need it most.

By making a suggested donation of £25 per forget-me-not, you could pay for one hour of expert inpatient nursing care for one of our patients.

Our stunning forget-me-nots, each measuring 43cm in length and 17cm in diameter, have been custom made by the British Ironwork Centre and are available in a striking purple.

Collecting your forget-me-not

You can collect your forget-me-not from the Hospice Monday – Friday between 9:30am – 4:00pm. Prior to visiting the Hospice, please contact the Fundraising team by emailing or calling 01923 330 330 to let us know when you plan on collecting your flower. That way, we can make sure a member of the team is available at the time of your visit to give you your order.

Please be advised, the Hospice car park will not be open to visitors. Please use the Town Hall Car Park, which is located behind Watford Town Hall.

How your gift could help make a difference to local people in need of our services:

  • £25 could pay for one hour of expert inpatient nursing care, relieving a patient’s anxiety and pain and helping them to feel safe and supported.

  • £60 could pay for a home visit by one of our community doctors, ensuring a patient receives personalised care and support in the comfort of their home.

  • £96 could pay for a therapist for a day to provide a reflexology, massage or acupuncture treatment to our inpatients and outpatients. These treatments help reduce physical pain and anxiety, and improve physical and mental wellbeing.