Care for When You Need It
We've been providing our free care for over four decades, from the comfort of our patients homes, to our purpose built in-patient hospice. We believe everyone suffering life-limiting illnesses should have access to high quality and compassionate palliative and end of life care, where and whenever they need it.
It's time to get pedalling!
Tour de Gwent 2023 is now live!
Get pedalling and put Sunday 10th September 2023 in your diaries! Whether you're a hardcore cyclist looking for an epic leg-burning challenge or a family looking for a pleasant ‘there-and-back’ along the River Usk, with six routes to choose from from 3 miles to 98, you won’t be disappointed.
Quality of life to the end of life, for our community
St David’s Hospice Care is a charitable organisation providing comprehensive, palliative care to patients, their families and carers facing life-limiting illnesses.
We provide a large range of expert services offering care and support and specialise in pain relief and symptom control to help people live and have the best quality of life possible. Our services are delivered from the comfort of our patient's homes or our purpose built in-patient hospice. We believe everyone should have access to high quality and compassionate palliative and end of life care, where and whenever they need it. These services are free of charge.
From our first year of operation, when we cared for six patients, St. David’s has grown to become one of the UK’s largest provider of hospice at home care, caring for over 3,200 patients and families every year, serving communities in South East Wales (Newport, Caerphilly, Torfaen, Monmouthshire, as well as Mid and South Powys.)
Make a Donation
Every year, we provide palliative and end of life care to thousands of patients and their families, our care is all free of charges, we are not part of the NHS. We are only able to provide this care because of people like you. So please help us if you can, we appreciate all donations, however much you are able to give. Find out how your donations help us to continue our vital care.
The staff could not have been more respectful, caring and helpful when my husband died. The hospice is such a beautiful, peaceful place. Being there helped ease the trauma and uncertainty that my husband and the whole family were facing.
Mrs D Williams, a relative
Give back, feel good.
Our volunteers play a major role in helping us to successfully organise and host events across Gwent. We really couldn’t do it without them.
Could you become one of our community of volunteers?