We believe that every one of us has the right to die as we wish. This is why we are expanding our community-based services in and around South Oxfordshire, so that we can support more people, in more places, giving them more choice about how and where they are cared for.
We know that a greater number of people than ever before want to be cared for at home, so we are working hard to ensure our services meet the changing needs of local people.
All this takes medical expertise. It takes compassion and understanding. This of course, takes money.
Last year the Sue Ryder South Oxfordshire Palliative Care Hub provided 80,000 hours of support to patients and their families.
Our care is free, but it costs us £3.8m per year to provide it, which equates to £10,000 per day!
Without the tireless fundraising of our supporters, we would not be able to continue to provide the care that we are so well known for.
Not only do our supporters raise a huge amount of money towards our services, they also help to spread the word about Sue Ryder so more people know about what we do and how we can help.
We urgently need more supporters to organise events and take part in fundraising challenges.
Fundraising for Sue Ryder is a great way to meet new people, help to develop your skills and ensure that we can continue to provide care to local families when they need us the most.
Our fundraising team is here to support you every step of the way and help you to achieve your fundraising goals.
So what are you waiting for? Get in touch today!
Tel: 01491 641 384 ext 276
Other ways to support us
Our popular sales attract vintage and bargain hunters alike - find out all of the latest sales dates and more detail on how to donate your items to us for sale.
Make a donation
£19 could pay for one hour of our expert care, helping people live the best life they possibly can, while £60 could provide one session of bereavement counselling for someone struggling to cope with the loss of a loved one. Make a donation because of the work of the South Oxfordshire Palliative Care Hub.