Sponsor a Nurse Campaign

By sponsoring a nurse you can do something truly amazing for your community – you can help to provide the regular income we need to keep going. Every £1 you give will improve the lives of seriously ill local people. Your donation of just £5 a month (£60 in total) for one year could pay for 3 hours of nursing care in a patient’s home. Your donation of £10 a month could pay for lunch and refreshments for a patient in the In-patient Hospice.

We can only continue to provide our services with the support of the community – if your support stopped today, we would be unable to continue our vital care.

Please support us by making a donation in any way that’s suitable to you. Be it a one-off donation, a Direct Debit or a Text Donation, we appreciate every penny.

Text Donation

Text ‘CWTCH’ to 70300 to donate £3

Single Donation

Regular Giving

To become a regular giver and support the ongoing work of St David’s Hospice Care, select one of the following options:

Make a regular donation through Just Giving:

Download and complete a Direct Debit form:

Sponsor A Nurse Donation Form

If you have any questions or require more information about making a donation, or if you would like to make a donation over the phone, please call:

01633 851051

Why make a donation?

St David’s Hospice Care is committed to providing bespoke, individual ‘free’ care for all our patients and their families.We work alongside patients to support them at the most difficult times of their lives. Ensuring that patients have a real choice about the care they receive whilst maintaining dignity throughout their journey is very important to us.

Every year your donations help to support and care for more than 3,300 people with a life-limiting illness such as cancer, heart disease and motor neurone disease. With your help we can continue to provide people with the very best nursing care, raise their spirits and do all we can to help them make the most of every day. At the heart of all this are the St David’s Nurses. They work wherever and whenever they are needed – at the hospice or in the patient’s own home. They help to manage the symptoms of illness so that patients can live in comfort and with dignity. And, as many people will tell you, they are not just highly skilled professionals, but caring and understanding friends to patients and their families.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. Please help us continue providing care in our community.