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Can your business help Robyn to deliver the specialist hospice care that people in Sheffield will need this festive season?

The people we care for have more need than ever to make the most of every moment, particularly special occasions.

Nurses like Robyn are part of a team that goes above and beyond, providing dignified and compassionate care for our patients and their families at such a poignant time.

Throughout the festive season, our teams will be working as hard as ever to deliver expert nursing care to patients in their own homes and on our In Patient Centre, making sure that, along with their families, they can have a special Christmas. 

Can your business give a gift to us this festive season?

Your generosity will help keep a nurse like Robyn by the side of someone who needs us; keeping them safe, helping to take away their pain and giving them the peace and dignity we'd all want for our loved ones.


Give a one-off gift

Give a monthly gift

Festive fundraising

Our friendly team are happy to help with any fundraising ideas you might have, because any gift you are able to give will make a huge difference to our patients and their families. 

You could organise some festive fundraising - maybe a themed bake sale - or what about a Christmas Jumper Day? You could hold a bucket collection at your Christmas party or perhaps raffle a day’s annual leave?   

To chat to us about your ideas or to make a donation directly and be featured in our Christmas Appeal publicity, please get in touch with Anna Gott or Matthew Sheridan from our Fundraising team on 0114 235 7553 or email [email protected] 

Thank you in advance for your kind and generous support, and for being a part of St Luke’s this Christmas. 

"St Luke's gave us one last Christmas together as a family"

"When Auntie Sheila got really poorly, she told me: “I want to go to St Luke’s.” We know now that she made the right choice because everyone at St Luke’s made her feel at home.

"Auntie Sheila went into St Luke’s in December 2020 and despite all the restrictions from the pandemic, the staff did so much to make it a positive, festive time. She had a Christmas tree up in her room and she was also able to look round the garden to see all the Christmas lights.

"Everyone hopes they won’t need the service of a hospice – but when we needed St Luke's they were absolutely fantastic. If you can, please give a donation to help families like ours benefit from the same wonderful care Auntie Sheila received."

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