Compassionate Neighbours is a project delivered by Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice alongside seven other Hospices throughout London and the surrounding suburbs.

Compassionate Neighbours are volunteers who have taken part in training at the Hospice. Many of them go on to be matched with someone in their own local area who is lonely or isolated and/or is nearing the end of life through age or illness. They visit for around an hour a week – getting up to all kinds of things!

The project welcomes anyone who would like to help: our Compassionate Neighbours range in age from 19-94 and many work full-time, visiting in the evening, weekend or on weekdays when they are available. To arrange a conversation with one of the team, fill out the form below so that we have your details and can arrange a chat.

Compassionate Neighbour Enquiry

Compassionate Neighbour Enquiry

Are you interested in being part of the Compassionate Neighbours project?

If you leave your details below, one of the team will get in touch to give you some more information about the project, to answer any questions you might have and to talk you through the next steps.

My details

Confidentiality and Consent

Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice complies fully with current Data Protection Act 2018 and Freedom of Information legislation. All the information on this form is confidential and will not be shared without your permission. Tick the box below to give your consent for the details you have provided to be kept securely by Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice and for you to be contacted regarding becoming a Compassionate Neighbour.

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