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With your support, we can improve lives in the local community.
Specialist rehabilitation care for people with a life-limiting illness.
Helping them to maintain independence and dignity with everyday tasks that we take for granted. Things like walking to the shops or washing in the morning.
Healthcare packs for rough sleepers in Westminster.
Helping people to care for themselves by providing simple, inexpensive things like toiletries, clothing (such as a hat in winter) and a dental/podiatry package.
Did you know that more rough sleepers are based in Westminster than any other borough in the UK?
Therapeutic massage at our Pembridge Hospice and at home to relieve pain and anxiety.
The wife of one patient said ‘when my husband has a massage it is the one day of the week he is not in pain’.
Interactive workshops for patients with Autism and pilot schemes for specialist therapies that help people to live their lives to the fullest.
Donate online now to support CLCH Charity.
You can also give by post. Cheques can be made out to ‘CLCH Charity’ and sent along with a note saying which area of our work you would like to support, care of:
CLCH Charity, Finance Department, CLCH NHS Trust, 2nd Floor, Parsons Green Health Centre, 5-7 Parsons Green, London, SW6 4UL.
Our Pembridge Hospice Charity is one of our dedicated funds. You can visit www.pembridgehospice.org to read more about the work of the hospice.
Your support of Pembridge Hospice will help people like Zoe and her Nan.
"Nan was diagnosed terminally ill in May 2016. When the time came that she needed extra help, the Pembridge team stepped in.
They were amazing. When Nan was in pain and anxious they were there to help.
"Not only did the Pembridge team help Nan but the support and care they gave to us as a family at such an emotional and scary time was invaluable.
"We know Nan would want people to help Pembridge so that other families may have the dignity, care and support they need as they face one of their toughest journeys."