Thursday 30th July 2020
Local people with life limiting conditions, their families and the dedicated Hospice staff that care for them are asking for your help. In ordinary moments of care, extraordinary things happen, so please, give whatever you can today to the St. Vincent's Hospice Precious Moments campaign, to help vulnerable patients share these moments with their families.
The last few months have been extremely difficult for all of us. The current situation has forced us all to dramatically change our way of life, and we are sure this has been a very emotional time for many of you. However, despite all the worries and challenges, we hope that this time has allowed many of you to share precious moments with your friends, families, and those you hold dear.
These are the moments we all cherish, and these are the moments you can help give people with life limiting conditions across Renfrewshire, by making a regular donation to St. Vincent’s Hospice.
Throughout the pandemic, we have been doing everything in our power to help families create these precious moments and support those who are affected by life limiting conditions in whatever way we can. Whether caring for patients in their homes, telephone counselling sessions or sending out care packages to children and young people, we have been finding new ways to make sure we are still here for everyone who needs us.
By donating to St. Vincent’s, you are making this possible, and making a real difference to patients and families, helping these people make precious moments together when it matters most. By pledging a regular gift, you will allow us to plan and manage our services for patients, not just today, but in the months and years to come.
These donations are more important now than ever, with regular fundraising events cancelled, and our shops unable to trade at full capacity. We know times are difficult right now, but if you can, please find the donation form enclosed. Thank you all, and please, stay safe.
Please support our Precious Moments Campaign by clicking here.
Alternatively, contact 01505 705 635.