Everyone who makes a gift to the Lime Tree Campaign is planting a seed and shaping the future of what we do here at Treetops. Your gift, no matter what size, will benefit patients and families seeking the kind of personalised care that has the power to put hearts and minds at ease.
Gifts can be made over three years and there are opportunities to dedicate your support to a specific room or piece of equipment.
Lime Tree Founders
Given that this campaign represents the largest and most significant venture for Treetops since we first began in 1983, we would like to invite any individual or organisation wishing to invest £500,000 or more, to become a Lime Tree Founder.
In honour of their outstanding generosity, our Founders will have the option to have their name displayed in a commemorative Lime Tree feature stone, carefully designed into the fabric of the new building.
Lime Tree Members
The Treetops community is something we are thankful for. Through this campaign, we’d like to recognise the support of major donors by creating a recognition club that discretely acknowledges gift levels.
All those who join us as Gold, Silver or Bronze Leaf supporters will receive a limited-edition lapel badge and will also be invited to an annual event, celebrating their commitment to the Lime Tree Campaign.
If you or your organisation would like to support the Lime Tree Campaign and are interested in talking through the recognition options available, we would love to hear from you.
Once we have raised £3.6million we will launch our public fundraising appeal with lots of events, media coverage and community activity.
At this stage, we will need everyone in our community to help raise the remaining funds to complete the campaign.
Until this time we ask community groups, organisations and schools, etc. to continue to fundraise for our current services.
“When designing the bedded hospice, we wanted to ensure that we could deliver the highest possible standards of clinical care whilst avoiding an environment that felt stark and clinical.
“Our focus has been to avoid a white, clinical, institutional place, and instead create an environment that feels as close to home as possible in its design and décor with the aim to create a space where patients, their families, friends and carers can feel relaxed, comfortable and at ease”.
Phil Shreeve, Director of Clinical Services