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Our Purpose

Making a difference to those in our community who need us because we believe every person matters, every day counts.

Our Vision

Until the day that all palliative care needs in our community are met, we will strive to extend our reach to support more people, whenever and wherever they need us.

Our Values

Integrity - we are open, honest and forthright.
Quality - we are committed to achieving the highest possible standards, across our organisation, to benefit patients, families, carers, Volunteers, staff and the wider community.
Collaboration – we know that working together makes us stronger and we seek to work in partnership to maximise resources, skills, expertise and knowledge, as well as efficiencies.
Compassion – the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of others is at the heart of what we do.

Aspiring to the best

Our Executive team

Our mission is to be the best provider of services for those with life-limiting illnesses in our community, and to support their families and carers too.  We deliver our free, specialist, services 365 days a year - that is only possible because of your support - thank you.

Jackie Tritton, our Chief Executive, leads our Executive Team which is responsible for the strategic direction and overall running of Peace Hospice Care. The other members of the Executive team are:

  • Adrian Forth, Director of People & Resources
  • Caroline Allen, Director of Patient Services
  • Neil Harman, Director of Income Generation
  • Dr Sarah Klinger, Medical Director

We hold to the highest standards and work in collaboration with partners to deliver our services. If you have received our care and support then please tell us about your experience so that we can continually improve.

We are delighted that Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent is our Royal President and we are grateful for her support over very many years. Our thanks, also, to our patrons who help us to spread the word about our work:

Shirlie Kemp
Martin Kemp
Robert Voss CBE
Camilla Tominey
Peter Taylor, Elected Mayor of Watford
Gill Hollander OBE
Luther Blissett OBE

How we are governed

We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Following our last CQC inspection we were rated 'good' overall and 'outstanding' for being caring.  You can access the report here.

Our Board of Trustees are responsible for the governance of Peace Hospice Care. The Board takes steps to ensure that the organisation is effectively and properly run.  

Our Trustees are:

We are also registered with the Fundraising Regulator and have, therefore, signed up to the Fundraising Promise and the Fundraising Code of Practice in relation to our fundraising activity. You can read the Code of Practice in full, here.