Help fund vital services, so we can continue to care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Find out more here.

Care for you

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COVID-19

See our latest information on visiting and services during the pandemic.

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.
5,000
We make nearly 5,000 patient contacts across our services each month.
200+
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.

£16
provides an hour of caring at home
£5
provides a home cooked meal for someone being cared for in our Inpatient Unit
£10
can fund one-to-one practical help and advice around benefits and housing issues
£45
can pay for one day’s clean bedding and towels for every person in our Inpatient Unit
£120
can pay for two weeks of face-to-face appointments for a child or young person needing bereavement support

Latest news

Gather your A-Team and put your detective skills to the test!

Fundraising

John Taylor Hospice has teamed up with Escape Live in Birmingham to introduce two exciting virtual games.

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John Taylor Hospice project shortlisted as a finalist for the HSJ Value Awards 2021

Latest news

John Taylor Hospice is delighted to announce that their Personal Health Budgets (PHB) project has been shortlisted in the Primary Care or Community Service Redesign Initiative category at the HSJ Value Awards 2021.

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“I didn’t think it was possible to be so in love with what I do.”

Blogs | Care and support

John Taylor Hospice Complementary Therapist Angela Vigus shares how her role helps patients and carers to relax, and the numerous ways in which complementary therapies can aid wellbeing.

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Can you give the Gift of Care?

Campaigns

Please support our Gift of Care Appeal and help us to continue caring 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 💜

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“Volunteering at the hospice has been personally, extremely rewarding.”

Blogs

In our latest news story, husband and wife Colin and Carol Smith share what they love most about volunteering – and why they’d encourage others to give it a go!

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“This will be a huge, personal challenge for me!”

Blogs | Fundraising

Alongside 50,000 participants, JTH Specialty Doctor Shurma Pallan will be taking part in this year’s Virtual London Marathon! Shurma shares her story in our latest staff blog.

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“I want to keep Becky’s spirit and love for the hospice alive.”

Blogs

At the young age of 31, Jermaine’s sister Becky was told she had just days to live. In his blog, Jermaine shares his story and how John Taylor Hospice cared for his whole family at the end of Becky’s life.

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Celebrating women in science: Humayra’s story

Care and support

Meet Humayra, Clinical Pharmacist at John Taylor Hospice. Find out more about her role and why she would recommend pharmacy as a career to other young women.

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Vital helpline to support people with mental health and wellbeing gets extended

Care and support | Featured

People whose mental health and wellbeing has been affected during the pandemic are being urged to contact a John Taylor Hospice telephone helpline.

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New CEO at John Taylor Hospice

News

John Taylor Hospice welcomes a new CEO today as Simon Fuller takes over the joint leadership of John Taylor and Birmingham St Mary’s Hospices.

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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.

Sunset Walk

3 July 2021

Featured | Fundraising

Our fabulous 10k Sunset Walk returns to Sutton Park this July – and we can’t wait to see you there.

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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]

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