Since joining in 2019 we have received over
from The Hospice Lottery Partnership
At Harlington Hospice, we’re here to support people living with serious or terminal illness in the London Borough of Hillingdon and surrounding areas. We believe that everybody living in our local community should be able to access the care and support they need to be able to live each of their days in their own way, to the fullest.
Our Hospice at Home service offers night time visits in people’s homes, and can also support people through their last moments. Our compassionate Registered Nurses, Healthcare Assistants and Referral Coordinators work closely with GPs, District Nurses and other community services so we can offer the right at home support, at the right time.
Our Wellbeing service offers a range of free sessions and activities available at Lansdowne House, the Reg Hopkins Centre, Michael Sobell House, in your home and online. It’s available for people with serious illness and those close to them.
Our expertise in Art Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Counselling, Palliative Psychotherapy and Patient & Family Support means we can work with people to have difficult conversations that lead to meaningful outcomes.
This includes support for children and young people facing the illness of someone important to them.
Harlington Hospice need to raise over £5 million each year in order to provide their services. Your contribution as a Hospice Lottery player forms a key part of this fundraising.
The security of the income from The Hospice Lottery enables us to plan services for patients, carers and their families throughout our community.
Steve Curry, Chief Executive, Harlington Hospice