Give the Gift of Care this Ramadan

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This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on Sunday 10th March and end on Tuesday 9th April with the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations. Ramadan is a holy month of fasting, worship, and charitable giving observed by Muslims all over the world.

Charity begins at home: Support Bolton Hospice by donating your Lillah Sadaqah this Ramadan

As-salamu alaykum,

Ramadan Mubarak and welcome to Bolton Hospice. 

This year, we're calling on the Bolton Muslim community to support our vital work by making a donation during the holy month of Ramadan. 

Over the years the Bolton Muslim community has helped raise over £20,000 in Lillah Sadqah for the hospice and we can't thank you enough for your wonderful support. 

At Bolton Hospice, we have been providing specialist care and support for those with life-limiting illnesses and their families since 1992. Our services include inpatient care at the hospice, drop-in day services at the Wellbeing Hub with access to outpatient clinics and specialist support sessions, and a Hospice at Home service, all provided free of charge.

Misconceptions surrounding hospice care can often prevent the community from accessing specialist care and support which could dramatically improve you or you loved ones quality of life.

Did you know?

  • We care for people with any terminal or life-limiting illness, not just people with cancer
  • Visitors are welcome to the hospice at any time
  • We have a multi-faith prayer room and ablution rooms on site
  • Our Spiritual Care and Bereavement Support Lead can provide support for your family with a local Imam
  • We can cater to all dietary requirements including Halal

This Ramadan, we're asking for your support to help us continue to provide these essential services. Every donation, no matter how small, can make a significant difference to the lives of those in need.

Mayor of Bolton“The Ramadan festivities present a great opportunity to not only raise awareness of hospice services but also to play a part in raising much-needed funds. The hospice needs in excess of £5 million each year to fund its services; however, government funding only covers a fraction of this, meaning they rely on the kindness and generosity of the local community to raise over £4 million every year. A challenge made even harder by the current cost of living crisis affecting us all.” 

Mayor of Bolton 2023/24, Councillor Akhtar Zaman

Donating to Bolton Hospice during Ramadan is an act of charity and kindness that aligns with the values of Islam. Your support can help ease the suffering of those who are facing some of the most challenging times of their lives.

To make a donation, simply fill in the donation form using the button below. Your donation is secure and will be processed quickly. You can choose to make a one-time donation or set up a regular donation to provide ongoing support.

Thank you for your ongoing support this Ramadan.


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“I wish I'd heard about the hospice, its private en-suite rooms and Hospice at Home service when my father was ill. My father was cared for in the hospital, but there were strict rules about visiting, and he wasn't able to be surrounded by his whole family when he died.  Visitors are welcome to Bolton Hospice at any time, so you don't have to worry about visiting times when all you want to do is spend your last moments with the person you love. The hospice provides a vital service to those in need in our community, and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone” 

Muntazir Dipoti