A hand to hold, a shoulder to cry on and a much-needed hug - there's care, and there's incredible care
At Sue Ryder we pride ourselves on our incredible care, supporting people with incurable illness in 13 care centres across the UK. People, like Michelle, and her Mum Rosemary who was referred to us with inoperable liver cancer in 2011.
Sue Ryder made me realise that end of life care is so much more than simply providing someone with a place to die” - Michelle Boden
We do whatever it takes, no matter the cost
An increasing demand for our services and less funding from the government means we need your help more than ever.
Please donate now, by clicking the button below, and help us continue to provide comfort to patients, and their families, struggling to cope with an incurable illness.
Watch our short video to find out what incredible care means to us:
Last year we helped over 16,000 patients and their families. With your support, next year we can help even more
Every year thousands of people, like Rosemary and her family, pass through our doors here at Sue Ryder. Each of them with their own unique story to tell and their own individual needs. Thankfully, our teams of specially trained nurses and medical staff have both the time and the expertise to provide the kind of personalised, flexible care that sometimes isn’t available in a hospital.
Alongside specialist medical care we offer emotional support to patients and their families. When we care for a patient, we see them as person, not a condition, and everything we do is aimed at making their time with us the best it can be in every way.
We can’t do it without you
It costs us £38 million each year to run our services. Every year more and more people are coming to us for the help and the expertise of our nurses and healthcare teams. With the support of people like you we can provide incredible care to even more patients and their families. We need your help now more than ever. So please, click the ‘donate now’ button today and give whatever you can afford. Thank you.
The Sue Ryder nurses were unbelievably amazing…making sure she was comfortable but also helping her to retain her dignity. Nothing was too much trouble...They were so considerate and caring towards us and they always had a smile, even when I was in tears.” Michelle Boden (daughter of patient Rosemary)