Our vision is that every person living in our region that is facing a life-limiting illness should receive the specialist care and support they need, along with their families, for free. Making a monthly donation by direct debit is one of the most powerful and effective ways you can support Oakhaven in delivering this service – and make a difference every day.
Regular monthly donations allow us to plan ahead, budget effectively and reduce administration costs, and fund the specialist care and nursing staff required to provide the care our patients need.
And it’s not just the patients who benefit – you do too. By giving smaller, regular gifts, you are able to afford to make a more substantial contribution to our hospice care over the course of a year. It’s an easy and more affordable way to give and make a bigger difference in our local community.
As a ‘thank you’ for your regular donation you automatically become a Friend of Oakhaven. We’d like to send you a welcome pack, our bi-annual newsletter with updates on our work and invitations to visit the hospice to meet our team and see directly the benefits that your support helps us to provide.
Your donation will mean we can reach more people in the New Forest and Waterside area living with life-limiting illness, as well as their families. You can change someone’s life today.
Donate by direct debit by downloading the Direct Debit Form, print, complete and sign. Then pop in the post to Oakhaven Hospice Trust, Lower Pennington Lane, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 8ZZ or email email@example.com.
- £5 a month helps fund specialist transport to and from our Day Hospice for patients that could not otherwise attend. Here they receive support from our medical teams, fellowship spending time with others and provide time out for the family and carers
- £10 a month helps fund physiotherapy treatments that help with breathing, movement, pain and fatigue as well as maintain independence for as long as possible
- £15 a month helps to fund a vital home visit for one of our patient’s from our clinical nursing team to help with pain management and symptom control, keeping them at home and independent for as long as possible