Festival of Light is a celebration of life – a special time for our community to gather together and look back on the lives of those we have lost – and the joy they brought into our own. On Sunday 6 December, our Festival of Light tree at St Luke's will be illuminated in thousands of bright white lights, which you can dedicate in memory of someone special.
On Saturday 17 October, Sheffield’s first night-time walking half marathon and 10k Night Strider will welcome thousands of men and women to Sheffield city centre. Illuminated with light under the night sky, each step of every participant will help us to continue providing the very best care for our patients and their families. Make the difference - register today.
Could you give a few hours each week to help our community patients to maintain their independence? Be part of our new project to extend support for patients in their own homes.
We've teamed up with Sheffield Hallam University to offer a flexible online course called 'Conversations about End of Life Care', aimed at nurses, allied health professionals, patients, carers and volunteers. The course is free and runs for four weeks from Monday 2 November.
Just 28 percent of our funding comes from the NHS, and this year we need to raise more than£5.6 million to carry on doing what we do. Please help in whatever way you can. What you can do.
In support of St. Luke's Hospice we will be taking part in #Sheffield's first #night #strider walk on 17th October: http://t.co/JGg8tQ2NjR
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Thanks to @PeaksShopping traders & shoppers at their boot fair, raising over £600 + shop donations http://t.co/tg752Oxaol #sheffieldissuper
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