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Support Us

We couldn’t do it without you. Help us raise £3.4m a year to care for terminally ill children

Support Us

We couldn’t do it without you. Help us raise £3.4m a year to care for terminally ill children


It costs more than £3.4 million a year to provide the care we deliver to our families, and raising this is more of a challenge that it’s ever been.

Regular Giving

Thanks to our regular givers we are able to provide our valuable service to so many local families.


When you fundraise for Helen & Douglas House your efforts will make a real difference to terminally ill babies and children. Find all the ideas, inspiration and resources you need.


When you volunteer at Helen & Douglas House, you’ll be joining a team of over 707 volunteers who each play an important part in fundraising, maintenance, driving, gardening, catering and running our shops.

In Memory & Butterfly Tributes

You can honour the memory of someone special by making a donation to us. This is also a wonderful way to celebrate their life and your moments together.

A Gift In Your Will

One special way of supporting us is by leaving a donation in your Will. very donation makes a huge difference to the help we can offer terminally ill children and their families.

Gift Aid

Gift Aid allows charities to claim back the tax that has already been paid by sponsors as income or capital gains tax.

Corporate Partnerships

Become a corporate partner and give something back to your community. No matter how big or small your business, your support means the world to our families.


Give a little, win a lot - up to £25,000 up for grabs! Join the Local Hospice Lottery in support of Helen & Douglas House today.

Work Here

Truly rewarding work, every day. If you are interested in joining our talented team, please get in touch.

Why work for us

This is your chance to make a difference to the lives of terminally ill children.