Our Solihull Hospice has been caring for local people since 1965.
Its a warm and welcoming place where we give expert care to people with a terminal illness, and their loved ones, every day of the year.
Our hospice team includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers and many more, and is supported by over 200 volunteers who play a vital role in the running of the hospice.
We have a 24-bed in-patient unit, where relatives and friends can visit any time of the day or night, and stay with their loved ones if they wish.
Our out-patient unit offers clinics, therapies and group sessions, as well as freshly cooked lunches made by our chefs. We also support carers and families, including children, with practical advice, counselling and bereavement support groups.
We need to raise ££11,313 per day to run the hospice, so every penny counts. Thank you for helping to make sure more people with a terminal illness in Solihull get the care and support they need. If you would like to find out more about raising funds for our hospice, visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/help/hospice-care/hospices/west-midlands/fundraise
Nothing was too much trouble for the hospice staff, from the lady at the front desk, to the people who made the cups of tea. Everyone, even the cleaners, would have a smile and ask us how we were. It made us feel part of a family. - Michelle Ryley, whose mum was cared for at the hospice