Prospect Hospice has been part of the Swindon community for over 40 years, caring for local people at the end of their lives. As a charity, we rely on the generous donations of the public to help us raise the vital funds we need to ensure everyone is offered our outstanding care free of charge.
Find out about the range of end-of-life care services that we offer to patients and their families. These delivered free of charge and are designed to provide compassionate, personalised support during every stage of a life-limiting illness in every kind of care setting, to anyone who needs it.
We couldn’t do what we do without considerable support from our local community. Find out all the different ways in which you can support Prospect Hospice, including fundraising, volunteering and purchasing from our shops. All contributions are greatly appreciated and enables us to deliver care that is free of charge to our patients and their families.
Our café sits at the heart of our hospice in Wroughton and serves a range of delicious home cooked meals to suit all tastes. Whether you're looking to catch up with friends over lunch or relax with coffee and cake, our Heart of the Hospice café has you covered.
Whether shopping with us in person or online, or donating your pre-loved goods, we thank you for supporting us through our shops where you help to raise around £2million a year for Prospect Hospice.
We pride ourselves on being a great place to work and we're always looking for outstanding people to join our team at the hospice across all areas of the charity.
Prospect Hospice is the leading provider of education and training for end-of-life care in Swindon and north Wiltshire. Working closely with you, our colleagues within partner organisations, we want to ensure that the very best care is available to everyone facing the end of life. This is why we provide education and development opportunities, all of which aim to encourage learning and build confidence in end of life care and support.
A local charity is encouraging people in their community to challenge themselves to work out this February and raise vital funds so they can continue to care for local people who need hospice care during these difficult times.
If you are up to stepping in the shoes of a hospice nurse, who walks on average 12,000 steps a day, that’s walking 170 miles in February or have always fancied tackling the three peaks, which you could do as a family by climbing a peak each, this is the challenge for you. By taking part in this new virtual challenge, not only will you be staying fit in February, you will also be supporting local people who need hospice care.
Sally Langheim, challenge events fundraiser at Prospect Hospice said: “We need our community’s support now more than ever to continue to be here seven days a week for local people who need our specialist hospice care. We hope lots of people will take part in Work Out to Help Out, either at home or as part of their daily exercise. It’s a great motivator to keep yourself active and do something to help others in your community.”
“As we all continue to deal with Covid-19, there has never been a better time to focus on your health and wellbeing. You can take part in the challenge at a time or date to suit you throughout February. You can choose your own personal challenge or we have some activities on our website to help get your started.”
It costs just £10 to sign up, and you will receive support throughout the challenge, and when you’ve completed your challenge, the hospice will send you a well-deserved medal to show their appreciation.
Whether you’re a pavement stomper or mountain climber, make a difference to your local hospice and support their work by signing up and setting yourself a challenge today, find out more at: www.prospect-hospice.net/workout/
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Prospect Hospice is a working name of Prospect Hospice Limited. Registered Office: Moormead Road, Wroughton, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 9BY. A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (1494909) and a charity registered in England and Wales (280093)Website designed & built by Boson Web