Who we are
Wrapping arms around you
Providing care, compassion and support
We care for adults diagnosed with life-limiting illnesses such as, but not limited to: Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Motor Neurone Disease.
Have you been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, or know someone who has? Then, we can help. All of our services are free.
This year, we are celebrating 30 years of caring for the local community in South West Hertfordshire and wider areas. Many people think that hospice care is all about death and dying. We do provide care in the last days of life but the majority of our work focuses on helping you manage your illness and empowering you to make decisions that will enable you to achieve the best quality of life possible.
We wrap our arms around you to provide care, support and compassion - for you,
your family and your carers. We walk alongside you on your journey – helping with information, advice and trying our best to ensure you receive care in the setting of
We need £6 million a year to deliver our free services and less than 32p in every £1 of income we receive comes from the NHS. Our services are free but that is only possible because of the tremendous support we receive from individuals, organisations, other charities and businesses.
Empowering you and your loved ones
There are so many ways you can support us
We give our specialist care and comfort free to local families, 365 days a year. Your donations make this possible.
We give our specialist care and comfort free to …
We have a range of charity fundraising events. We also have some great new events this year – so come along and get involved.
We have a range of charity fundraising events. We …
Regulated by the Care Quality Commission, our latest inspection rated us 'good' overall and 'outstanding' for being caring.
Regulated by the Care Quality Commission, our latest …
News and Publications
Find out about our latest news stories - what we are shouting about, the support we have and the impact of the work we do.
Find out about our latest news stories - what we are …