Rising cost of living sees hospices struggling to raise vital funds

The rising cost of living has led to hospices across the UK being called on to raise more money than ever before, to continue to provide care and support services to terminally ill patients and their families. Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice (GBCH) was featured on BBC Breakfast (5 July) … Continued

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How many people do you need to run a successful Hospice Mini Marathon?

How many people do you need to run a successful Hospice Mini Marathon? Our much loved Hospice Mini Marathon event took place on Sunday 8 May in Royal Greenwich Park and it was such an amazing day. We certainly enjoyed welcoming over 850  children and their families (and even their … Continued

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Young Runner Raises over £2,000 in Memory of his Marathon-Loving Dad

Thirteen year old Dylan Banks was among the 760 young runners who supported the Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice Mini Marathon, which took place in Royal Greenwich Park earlier this month. Dylan took part in this annual fundraising event in memory of his dad, Matt, who passed away peacefully at … Continued

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Mayor of Greenwich pledges his support to our ‘very special charity’

We are very proud indeed that the newly appointed Mayor of Greenwich, Cllr Leo Fletcher, has announced that he has chosen our hospice as one of the charities he will be supporting over the coming year. Having The Mayor’s support means such a great deal to all of us. Our … Continued

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Dying Matters Awareness Week 2022

Dying Matters Awareness Week Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice is supporting Dying Matters Awareness Week which runs between 2-6 May. This year’s theme is being in the good place to die, but what does that mean? Being in a good place to die is not just about being in the … Continued

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Hospice Carol Concert 2021: Chief Executive’s Address

Our Hospice Carol Concert took place on 3 December at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Hospice Chief Executive, Kate Heaps’ keynote address paid homage to the hard work and dedication of everyone who has been involved in the work of the Hospice over the last two, challenging years and … Continued

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