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.

COVID-19

Find our 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.
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.

£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
£16
provides an hour of caring at home
£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

Have we gone above and beyond for you?

News

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

News

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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Hospice at Home Team provides vital support during COVID-19

Latest news

John Taylor’s Hospice at Home Team has been providing much-needed support for patients in the community during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Saying ‘thank you’ to our much-missed volunteers during Volunteers’ Week

Latest news

It’s Volunteers’ Week and here at John Taylor Hospice we’d like to say a huge ‘thank you’ to our wonderful volunteers!

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“Mommy is an angel now”

Campaigns

Vicki Brennan’s daughter Siobhan was only 25 when she died from cervical cancer in June 2019. Vicki is now guardian for her grandson Cruz and has shared her story in support of the Hope and Healing Appeal.

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“The children felt connected in their grief”

Campaigns

Following the death of her father, Shabnam’s son and daughter joined the trial support group for children held at John Taylor Hospice. Here Shabnam shares her story in support of the Hope and Healing Appeal.

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Staying in touch during COVID-19

Latest news

John Taylor’s Living Well Centre may be unable to hold groups during the pandemic but its staff are ensuring each and every one of our day visitors are still part of the hospice.

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‘A strange time to come into nursing – but I love it.’

Blogs

New John Taylor Hospice nurse Tony O’Reilly shares his experience of beginning his nursing career at John Taylor Hospice during COVID-19.

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Hospice joins in COVID-19 virtual panel discussion

Latest news

Put your questions to a panel of experts during an online discussion about end of life support during coronavirus.

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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

Fundraising

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