Archive: Jun 2015

Morrison’s Foundation donates £18,000 to Kilbryde Hospice

The Morrison’s Foundation donated over a fantastic £18,000 to Kilbryde Hospice on Friday 26th June, David Gardner, Morrison’s Managing Director for Scotland handed the cheque over to Kilbryde Hospice Chief Executive Gordon McHugh and Chairman Dennis Gallagher. The donation, which was secured following an application by the hospice, will be …

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Our Kilbryde Journey

“Our preconceived ideas were blown out of the water.” Today one of our former service users, who wished to remain anonymous, shares her story and the positive impact Kilbryde hospice had on both her and her husband’s outlook after …

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Iceland raise money for Kilbryde Hospice

We would like to say a massive thank you to Iceland in East Kilbride, the staff and customers who raised a fantastic £391 through having Kilbryde Hospice buckets on their tills! Thank you for championing Kilbryde once again. Moreen and Linda from Iceland presented Nicola, our Fundraising Manager, with a …

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Kilbryde Hospice Celebrates Carers Week

This week Kilbryde Hospice is celebrating Carers Week. We will be focusing on the services of informal carers who care for relatives with life limiting illnesses. Linda Craig, our Information Development Officer will be attending various functions throughout this week to provide information on the services that Kilbryde Hospice can …

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Volunteer Week – Care @ Home and Administration Volunteers

Befrienders are an integral part of the Care @ Home project which provides palliative care support services to individual experiencing life limiting illness when they are unable to attend our Drop-in Centre. They offer informal support and companionship which extends the individuals support circle and broadens the opportunities available to …

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Volunteer Week – Fundraising Volunteers

Kilbryde Hospice services are free to the individuals, their families and carers who need our support. We currently receive some NHS funding towards our day hospice services, but mainly rely on the generous support of the local public who help us bring in the funds required to keep our vital services …

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