After a hugely successful Christmas Tree Collection in 2019, Hospiscare is raring to go again in January 2020! This year, we've extended our collection area and will be collecting trees between 11 and 17 January 2020.
By supporting the Christmas Tree Collection you are making sure your tree is being usefully recycled and put to good use in the environment as well as helping Hospiscare ensure more patients and their families receive the care they need. Thank you!
Our volunteers will be collecting in the following area:
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Collections will take place between Saturday 11 January and Friday 17 January 2020.
For queries or further information about the Christmas Tree collection please contact the Fundraising office on 01392 688020 or email email@example.com
If you’d like to help our tree recycling campaign by offering your time to help, we’re looking for volunteers and/or people with vans who will be willing to donate a day (or half a day) to help. We’ll be collecting between 11–17 January 2020. If you can help, please contact Louise Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org – for more information.
About the JustHelping collection
Please support Hospiscare and help us to continue providing palliative and end of life care to the local community. We will collect and recycle your Christmas tree and would really appreciate a donation for each tree to go towards vital patient care and family support.
Many thanks to the Grounds Offce at Exeter University for supporting this initiative with a generous offer to take and chip the donated trees and to then use the chippings in the local community.
Here’s how your donation can make a difference in providing funds for patient care:
£15 could pay for a cosy fleece blanket for a patient staying on the ward
£30 could pay for an hour's specialised care in the ward for a seriously ill patient
£50 could pay for a home visit by a community nurse
To find out about other ways you can support Hospiscare this Christmas, click here.
The Christmas Tree recycling service is kindly supported by: