We need your support now more than ever
We need your support now more than ever.
The spread of Coronavirus and the measures put in place mean that Dove House Hospice cannot fundraise in the way needed in order stay afloat. It is likely that Dove House will lose around £15,000 per day during this time – that’s around £500,000 per month.
What impact will this have on Dove House Hospice?
Losing this amount of income would mean the hospice may not be able to care for as many local families who need care in the future. It may mean the services offered to people facing the most difficult days would be reduced and that not everyone who needs hospice care in Hull and East Yorkshire will be able to receive it.
These are unprecedented times and we cannot predict what may happen next, and what the long-term impact will be.
How can you help?
• Donate today – click here to make a donation to our Emergency Coronavirus Appeal
• Join our Lottery – for just £1 per month you could help Dove House and be in with a chance of winning £1000 (or more if there’s a rollover!) every week.
• Set up a Regular Donation – small but regular donations make a huge difference, you can set up a Direct Debit here.
• Summer Memories, Saturday 27th June – thank you to everyone who has kindly made a donation to our annual Summer Memories appeal. The appeal is now closed, with our poignant virtual ceremony taking place online at 10.30am on Saturday 27th June. You can access the ceremony here.
• Virtual Fundraising - In spite of the many hurdles that the coronavirus has enforced, it has been amazing to see the way in which you have continued to fundraise on our behalf. If you are inspired to make a crucial difference in supporting our care during this time, please choose from one of the following links, which are mindful of the current social distancing regulations. Why not join in our Weekly Quiz, take on a Virtual Challenge, Shave Your Hair, or Host a Virtual Dinner Party.
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