Treetops supports people with illnesses such as cancer, motor neurone disease and multiple sclerosis. It also supports their carers and families. All services are provided free of charge. The hospice has to raise more than £4.3 million every year to run. That’s about £12,000 per day. 70% of this comes from charitable donations and fundraising events.
In the last 12 months, Treetops Hospice Care cared for 1,833 people, including:
- 32,467 hours of care was provided by Hospice at Home nurses
- 2,778 individual attendances in the Day Care Unit in Risley
- 248 attendances at the Well-being Days
- 330 attendees at our Wellbeing Cafe
- 2,919 adult bereavement sessions
- 1,140 bereavement sessions for children and families
- 603 counselling and emotional support sessions for people dealing with life-limiting illness
- 926 complementary therapy sessions
- 302 art therapy sessions
- 88 one-to-one consultations and 339 sessions with the Support and Information Service
Treetops Hospice Care welcomes all members of the community, whether prospective service users, volunteers or employees, irrespective of age, race, gender, disability, belief, sexual orientation or socio-economic background.