"Seeing the look on her face is what makes it all worth it."
Posted by on July 12th 2019 in Featured, General
Hospiscare volunteer Anne

  Volunteer Care Navigator Anne works one-on-one with Hospiscare patients. We asked her what it's like volunteering for Hospiscare.

"I’ve been volunteering at Hospiscare for a number of years now – it’s even been a while since I got my five year badge!

"I’d worked in the care sector most of my life, and I...

Hospiscare wins GOLD award for excellence in End of Life Care
Posted by Sarah on July 8th 2019 in Featured
Maggie Draper and Ann Rhys

Hospiscare Assistant Directors Maggie Draper and Ann Rhys 

At the end of June Maggie Draper, Hospiscare Assistant Director Supportive Care and Quality and Ann Rhys, Hospiscare Assistant Director of Care (Community) attended the Devon and Cornwall Outstanding Care Awards.  Hospiscare had been nominated by an anonymous member of the public for outstanding...

Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops

There are lots of reasons to shop second hand. It’s environmentally friendly giving longer life to items that may have gone to landfill. It’s possible to find quirky interesting items that would be tricky (and expensive) to find in high street stores. Second hand items, especially furniture, can often be...

Candles on the Canal: Family, Live Music and a Time to Remember… Frances and her family - from left to right Jake, Kerry, Frances, Carla and Dan

Candles on the Canal is a new event hosted by local charity Hospiscare. Its purpose is to bring hundreds of local people together for a relaxed and uplifting evening in memory of loved ones who have died, taking place on Saturday 21 September from 4:30pm. Everyone is welcome regardless of...

Hospiscare Heroes - Summer Special! Hospiscare Heroes - Summer Special!

Here at Hospiscare, we're extremely grateful to all our supporters in the community. Read on to see what some of our Hospiscare Heroes from across Exeter, Mid and East Devon have been doing to support the charity!

A huge thank you this week goes to Sarah and Richard Jennings who...