Major Gifts, Charitable Trusts and Foundations make a vital contribution to our work
We are so grateful for the generous support we receive from our major donors, charitable trusts and foundations.
All grants and major gifts, irrespective of size, are essential in enabling us to provide sustainable funding for our three hospices. In addition to core funding, we have an exciting range of funding opportunities for capital items, development work, and one-off projects. Whether general or restricted, a gift, donation or grant can make a tangible difference to the services and facilities we provide, and ultimately to the children and families we support.
How you can help
Are you able to make a major gift or grant, or do you know someone who might be interested in doing so? Could you open a door to a prospective donor or help host a small event?
Whether you are an existing supporter or new to us, we would be delighted to discuss opportunities to work together.
Major gifts and grants can be spread over a number of years, providing essential funding now and in the future, and gifts from UK taxpayers can be made tax efficient.
Come and meet us. Join us for a tour of one of our hospices in Devon, Cornwall and North Somerset. A visit will provide a real insight into our work and will show you how your support could help raise a smile or create a precious memory.
Children’s Hospice South West prides itself on developing strong relationships with our supporters. We will ensure you stay informed of our work and will provide high quality reports as to the impact your funds make.
Our thanks go to the Trustees of The James Tudor Foundation for their generous support for our Medical Director at Charlton Farm. The Foundation has supported Children's Hospice South West since work began on building our North Somerset hospice, Charlton Farm, in 2006.
"Palliative care and support for children, adults, their families and carers remains an important part of The James Tudor Foundation's work. The post of Medical Director at Charlton Farm is making a real difference to the care and support available." said Sarah Stewart, Foundation Director, November 2018.