Project information

Twelve Days of Christmas Appeal

St. Gemma's Hospice is open 365 days per year and it costs £150,000 to fund the In-Patient beds for the 12 days of Christmas. Please help us raise this money and bring comfort to our patients and their families at this most poignant time of year.

October 2012 - January 2013

Charity information: St Gemma's Hospice

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  • Need


    Only the most poorly of our patients remain in St. Gemma's Hospice over the festive period, this could be their last Christmas and we need to ensure that our patients and their families are cared and supported during the Christmas period.


    Our In-Patient Unit has 32 beds and care is provided around the clock by a dedicated team of consultants, doctors and nurses. Please help us ensure that our patients and their families receive the care and support they need at this poignant time of year.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Raise £150,000 to fund the In-Patient beds for the 12 days of Christmas


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    What success will look like

    Ensuring the comfort of our patients and their families at Christmas

  • Impact


    Ensure our care, facilities and services are available for patients and their families in the future.




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  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £150,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £150,000 Care and support Care provided by doctors, nurses, medication, food, laundry and all daily patient requirements
  • Background


    St. Gemma's Hospice, Moortown, Leeds, LS17 6QD


    Patients who are living with a terminal illness this Christmas. St. Gemma's also supports the famiies and carers of our patients, this includes providing specialist bereavement support for families including children and young people.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    St. Gemma's provides the best possible care and quality of life for local people with terminal illnesses. It is a friendly, warm and safe place at the heart of the community wiht a large range of expert services to support patients, families and friends.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Care Is Provided By A Range Of Specially Trained Staff

    Nurses, doctors, physio and occupational therapists, social workers, spiritual care team, dietician, pharmacists, complementary therapists and others