Charity - St Andrew's Children's Hospice
Andy’s at St Andrew's Hospice offers free palliative care to children and young people from birth to the age of 25 with any progressive life-limiting illness.
Patients visit the hospice from the whole of Lincolnshire, Hull and the East Riding. The hospice is used mainly for respite care, whether it is for the day or an in-patient stay.
Services also include home liaison to provide support and advice in the home, where they are also able to offer complementary therapies. Family Support Workers offer support for families on emotional and social care issues, and there’s a monthly carers’ support group. Counselling can take place at Andy’s at St Andrew's Hospice and at home, and a chaplain is on hand for spiritual support.
Andy’s at St Andrew's Hospice is a home from home; they have about 120 members of staff, enabling them to provide 24-hour care, seven days a week, and 475 volunteers who support all aspects of the hospice.
How much does it cost?
St. Andrew's Children's Hospice ask that you raise a minimum of £400 in sponsorship. This covers the deposit and cost of the skydive and a minimum donation to the charity.
|Advance Deposit to secure your place payable to St.Andrews||£100|
|Balance for the skydive payable on arrival||£100|
|Final sponsorship payable on arrival||£200|
Every extra penny over this amount will help enrich the lives of the very special children and adults that the hospice cares for so please try and raise as much as you possibly can.
When can I jump?
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