Project information

Capital Appeal 2012

We are refurbishing and extending our in-patient unit. This will include adding more single rooms, all ensuite, individual garden terraces, family kitchen/diner and othe family areas.
We will modernise facilities including adding piped oxygen and suction and a new nurse call system.

June 2012 - June 2013

Charity information: Kirkwood Hospice

Kirkwood Hospice logo
  • Need

    Need

    Kirkwood’s 16-bed in-patient unit is located in the oldest part of the Hospice building. The layout and in-built services available have remained largely unchanged in the past 25 years.

    With major advances in the early diagnosis and treatment of life-threatening illness, patients are now living longer post-diagnosis. As care becomes more long term, patients have more complex needs and additional facilities and equipment are required.

    Solution

    Our new unit will upgrade the facilities and environment for in-patients and their families, while retaining the warm, homely, relaxed atmosphere of the Hospice.

    The refurbishment programme and extended facilities will make it easier for our staff to carry out their duties and spend more time with patients, and it will ensure that patients get the care and dignity they deserve.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To raise £3million to cover the cost of the extension and refurbishment of the in-patient unit

    Activities

    » You can sponsor a brick - your message will be inscribed on a brick and laid in our path in the hospice garden leading to and around a new labyrinth.
    » You can join us for the Kirkwood Hospice trip on the Northern Belle by Orient-Express from Huddersfield to Edinburgh on 28th September 2012.
    » Become a Hospice Champion - can you, your group or company raise £1000 for the appeal over the coming year? Preview of the new unit included!
    » Corporate sponsorship opportunities available

    Success will be... when the new unit opens to welcome patients and families in June 2013, continuing to provide excellent specialist palliative care.


  • Impact

    Impact

    The project will enable us to continue to provide care, free of charge, for the next 25 years and beyond.
    It will provide more family facilities and will work better for the clinical teams.

    Risk

    We have considered financial risk and contingencies are in place.

    Reporting

    We will keep donors updated via an e-newsletter and will invite them to previews of the new unit.
    Our website www.capitalappeal.org will be updated regularly.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £3,000,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,129,951 New build New build area
      £862,340 Refurbishment Refurbished areas
      £181,328 External External areas
      £826,381 Other Fees, fittings & VAT

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    Private Funding £200,000 Guaranteed
    From Hospice reserves £1,000,000 Guaranteed
    Private trust £500,000 Conditional
  • Background

    Location

    21 Albany Road, Dalton, Huddersfield HD5 9UY

    Beneficiaries

    People with life-limiting illness from across Kirklees. We have looked after tens of thousands in the last 25 years and expect this to continue for the next 25 years.
    We care for all people from age 18 up. We also support children in bereavement.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Our hospice provides an important service within the community of Kirklees and we wish for this to continue.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Marie Peacock

    Marie is the Capital Appeal Manager, responsible for running the appeal to raise £3million.

www.capitalappeal.org

www.capitalappeal.org

£15000

Will pay for a new garden terrace rooms

The plans will make a real difference

Wife of a patient, 2011