Cranford Hospice Urgent COVID-19 Appeal
Together we will get through this crisis. And we will be here for people who need us today and for years to come.Hawke's Bay
As the coronavirus crisis sweeps through all aspects of daily life, people still deserve the best possible palliative care at the end of life. Our team are working round-the-clock to deliver care to more than 150 patients and their whānau in their homes. Without Cranford Hospice, there will be nowhere else for these people to turn.
The impact of the coronavirus means that Cranford Hospice is facing a substantial financial crisis. Uncertainty around future fundraising events, grants, the cancellation of our annual street appeal and closure of our three retail stores since 23 March 2020, means around 50% of our income is at risk.
The stark reality is that the future of Cranford Hospice’s services are at stake. We are calling on supporters and people in our local community today to help ensure their vital services can survive.
Please donate today and spread the word and urge everyone you know to do the same.
You may be facing challenges of your own. But please, if you can, take a moment to help people receive the hospice care we need. Your donation matters.
Together we will get through this crisis. And we will be here for people who need us today and for years to come.
Cranford Hospice started in Hawke's Bay in 1982 with a handful of volunteers. Today we have around 75 paid staff, 400 volunteers and every year we care for around 850 patients and their families.
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This page was created on 26 Mar 2020 and closes on 26 Jun 2020.