Supporting Bolton Hospice with a donation
Your donation will mean so much to our patients and their families.
Donating to Bolton Hospice means we can continue to provide free expert care and support to local people facing a terminal or life-limiting illness and their families.
It’s about giving you enjoyment and life again, living well with your diagnosis and feeling supported every step of the way.
Why every donation makes a difference
We rely on your donations because government funding only covers a fraction of our costs. Without your generosity we could not continue to provide our care.
And every donation, of any size can have a real impact on the care we offer and the difference we make in people's lives.
Use our impact calculator to see how your donation will help Bolton Hospice.
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There's many other ways to donate to Bolton Hospice
Donate in memory
We recognise the special significance of making a donation in memory of a loved one. There are lots of different ways you can support the hospice in celebration and remembrance of someone's life.
Sponsor a Nurse
Leave a gift in your will
Make a Will Month
Seeing the difference every donation makes
The difference our care and support makes to our patients and their families is only possible thanks to the donations we receive. The services that we are able to offer, each and every day, are thanks to the hundreds of people from across Bolton and beyond who are passionate supporters of Bolton Hospice and donate generously every year.
Over a 7 month period Bolton Hospice became ‘home’ for Dad and his children. Dad was astounded that the hospice was reliant on donations and by how much was required on a yearly basis to run and continue caring for the people of Bolton. He insisted we ask for donations for the hospice instead of flowers at his funeral and as a family we have continued to raise money for the hospice in Dad’s name.