We’re working hard to make every moment matter for hundreds of people in their own homes and in the hospice.

Care for you

Read more about our services and how we can support you and your loved ones.

Hope and Healing Appeal

Giving bereaved children help to heal and hope for happier times by funding art therapy and counselling groups.


Find out more about how the hospice is providing services during COVID-19.

Why we need
your help...

£625 per hour
It costs £15,000 to run all of our services every day - that's £625 an hour.
We make nearly 5,000 patient contacts across our services each month.
We receive more than 200 referrals for our services every month.

How Your Money Helps

By donating to John Taylor Hospice you are joining a community that helps make every moment matter.

provides a home cooked meal for someone being cared for in our Inpatient Unit
can fund one-to-one practical help and advice around benefits and housing issues
provides an hour of caring at home
can pay for one day’s clean bedding and towels for every person in our Inpatient Unit
can pay for two weeks of face-to-face appointments for a child or young person needing bereavement support

Latest news

Businesses can help to top £10,000 fundraising target


John Taylor Hospice is appealing for businesses across Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield to help fund support groups for bereaved children.

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Spice up your evening in with a charity curry night

Campaigns | Latest news

Curry favour with your friends and family this September by serving up a spicy evening of entertainment and having fun while raising money for a local good cause.

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Hospice shops ‘delighted’ to welcome back customers

Latest news | Retail

All John Taylor Hospice charity shops are set to reopen their doors from Monday 27 July.

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“The hospice helped to get my pain under control.”

Care and support

Marie McNally shares how pain management has helped improve her quality of life and why time spent in John Taylor Hospice’s Inpatient Unit has given her a new perspective on palliative care.

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The challenges of home working during lockdown


Our Clinical Nurse Specialist Rachel Wilson has been shielding but also working at home during COVID-19. In this blog she shares her thoughts about being in isolation.

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Hospice launches new school holiday helpline for parents

Featured | Latest news

Parents and guardians in need of support over the summer break can now access a telephone helpline staffed by experienced John Taylor Hospice counsellors.

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“Life is so hard sometimes but we have to keep going.”


Eric is one of many generous supporters who has made a donation to the Hope and Healing Appeal. Here he shares the reasons why this campaign struck a chord with him.

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Have we gone above and beyond for you?


We'd love you to vote for our staff in our annual awards.

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Hospice teams create special moments for a special mum

Care and support

John Taylor staff ensure mum Becky Beacon returns home to spend her last days with her family.

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“The hospice was our shining light”

Care and support

Touched by the support her family received when they needed it most, Debbie Franklin shares how John Taylor Hospice helped make every moment matter for her and her beloved mother Helen Gillespie.

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Get Involved!

As we find ourselves in unprecedented times, we need you now more than ever to help us care for and support people across Birmingham and Solihull.

Wing Walk


Calling all high-flying fundraisers! Are you ready to take on the ultimate adrenaline challenge?

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COVID-19 Information

We’ve joined with neighbouring hospices to provide a single care and advice hub during the coronavirus pandemic – call us on 0121 809 1900 or email [email protected]

Hope and Healing Appeal