We had an exciting botanical event at the Hospice back in June when we witnessed a very rare occurrence. Read our Head Gardener’s blog to find out more and take a look at the short clip we made to capture the magic.
Angie Pearson took on the grueling Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge in May 2021 in-memory of her brother, Paul. Here she tells her story.
Each midsummer, London Fields Cricket Club holds a six-a-side tournament, joined by seven other east London cricket clubs in support of St Joseph’s Hospice. Despite the pandemic, this year they’re determined to smash 2019’s incredible total raised.
St Joseph’s Hospice joins the Hackney Dementia Festival to celebrate Dementia Action Week – 17th to 23rd May 2021. Find out more about our online sessions and how you can join us to learn more about dementia.
NHS worker Rhianna discovered her love of wreath-making after upcycling a leftover one from Christmas. Now, she’s selling them to raise funds for St Joseph’s Hospice!
Any one who takes on a sporting challenge to raise funds for St Joseph’s Hospice receives specialist support and advice kindly provided for free by local company, LDN PHYSIO. Find out more first-hand about their amazing commitment to our cause.
Friends and loved ones of Lewis Baker, who spent time at St Joseph’s Hospice between November 2019 – January 2020 recorded a cover of one of his favourite songs to raise funds for the Hospice. Find out more about their fantastic fundraising efforts!
Please check back regularly for updates to our services during the pandemic.
I’ve just had four days in Cornwall to recharge my batteries after a very busy and difficult year.
I first met Steve Owens when his son Daryl was in the Hospice back in October 2018. Daryl was admitted towards the beginning of September, he was just 37 years old with a brain tumour that couldn’t be cured.
A massive congratulations to our very own Associate Clinical Nurse Specialist, Blessing King, who is a winner of the @RCN Rising Star award, as part of #BlackHistoryMonth.
Tulsi, ‘holy basil’…revered as a divine, sacred and healing plant originating from India. During the last few months of hot weather Jocelyn, our gardener, has grown Tulsi at the Hospice and it’s happily prospering in our lovely grounds.