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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

I’VE JUST BEEN REFERRED

Whether it’s meditation or medication, we’ll be there in a way that’s meaningful to you. Find out how we can help you live the way you want. Find our more about St Catherine’s Hospice services.

I’M CARING FOR SOMEONE

Coping with the emotional, physical, and spiritual impact of caring for someone can be incredibly hard. For carers help, advice and information, click here.

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“We’re there with our patients to hold their hands, to help take the fear out of dying and to dispel myths around the end of life. We can’t nurse their bodies back to health, but we can help soothe their souls.”

Working for a local hospice is truly special, as we care for people right at the end of their life and support their loved ones as they face bereavement. From nursing and clinical roles to working in Fundraising and Support Services, take a look at our vacancies and join our amazing, pioneering team.

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HELP US RAISE VITAL FUNDS

Want to make a difference to St Catherine’s? Help us raise vital funds to ensure more people can receive expert hospice care; from leaving a gift in your will to attending one of our fundraising events.

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“I’ve been told I don’t have long, but I’m still relatively young and not sure I’m ready to go yet. I don’t want to have my disease but if I have to be looked after, this is the best place. Lovely things happen here, so while I’m sad about what’s happened to me, I’m not worried or frightened about being in the hospice when the time comes.”

Pam Bing

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michelle’s story

“In a hospital you’re just a patient but in a hospice, you’re a person. The biggest impact my stay here at St Catherine’s has had is on my family: it’s brought us closer together at a time that is so challenging for every single one of us. I was in such a bad place with it all, and I couldn’t face up to what was happening to me. With the support both medically and emotionally from St Catherine’s, I’ve been able to address my illness and think about the future. It’s honestly saved us.”

stan’s story

“Coming to Day Hospice is the highlight of my week. When you’re not strong, due to illness, and you’re living a restricted life, this place gives you something. It gives me something to look forward to, something to treasure. I forget about my illness, just for a while, which is a true blessing. It’s an angelic place, full of compassion, and every day that I come here I feel completely enveloped in love. Nothing is too much trouble for the team here.”

Keep Up to Date

News at St Catherine’s Hospice

Remember someone special at our Tree of Light

We’re inviting the local community to come together to remember their loved ones at our annual Tree of Light service. Taking place on Sunday 8 December at the K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley, from 3pm, this moving event offers [...]
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Hot foot to Horsham for our Firewalk

We’re getting ready to heat up Horsham with our second ever Firewalk! Now, we’re looking for brave soles to come forward and face the flames to raise funds for terminally ill people in our community. We’re looking for [...]
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HeART to Heart auction raises over £50,000

Our HeART to Heart trail, headline sponsored by Thakeham, brought joy to parks, high streets, shopping centres and cultural venues across Surrey and Sussex throughout the summer. But our popular trail came to a thrilling end yesterday (30 [...]
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Remembering our loved ones at Halloween

Lauren Cuckow, a counsellor at St Catherine’s Hospice, talks in this blog about how we can remember our loved ones this Halloween On a dark evening on the last day of October, the Celtic year comes to an [...]
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