Kathy Waters was just 51 when diagnosed with a rare type of germ cell cancer and lost her brave fight in April 2018 at ellenor hospice in Gravesend. Seeing at first-hand the
ellenor welcomes Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge’s message of support to mark Children’s Hospice Week 2019
Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge has sent a message of support to celebrate and mark Children’s Hospice Week. Children’s Hospice Week (17-23 June) is organised by Together for Short Lives,
A beer sales manager is bidding to break a world record by completing a mammoth 289-mile triathlon in August in under 74 hours and raise £1 million for charity in the process.
Children’s Hospice Week takes place annually in support of the unique range of services organisations such as ellenor can offer to young people. This covers everything from a full hospice at home service providing oncology, palliative care
Local church Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) is bringing together leading educationalists and professionals for Create your Tomorrow – a FREE one day event for 11-18 year olds and their parents. In
“Now that I work here, I can see how hospice care makes a difference to people’s lives” – Leah. Volunteers’ Week takes place 1-7 June every year, offering a great opportunity for
A volunteer recycling initiative in Kent, which is helping to protect the environment and save lives by supporting Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex, has stopped more than a million plastic coffee pods
Kent charity ellenor has announced its new Interim Chief Executive following a decision made by the Board of Trustees earlier this month. Vikki Harding, Director of Care at ellenor, will take on
ellenor hospice, www.ellenor.org, provides the best hospice care and support to families facing terminal illness in Kent. They’re the only charity in the county providing hospice care to people of all ages.
tmactive has named Heart of Kent Hospice as its Charity of the Year 2019, pledging its support to the charity to raise funds, as well as awareness to the essential service they
Kent based charity, Hospices of Hope, held its first furniture upcycle event in Penshurst. The workshop was run by Jay Finch, the charity’s Community and Challenge Events Fundraiser. He showed everyone how
Ieva Balciunaite is 18 years old and a pupil at Gravesend Grammar School. Over the past six months, she has been a student on the ‘Explore A Career in Care’ course at ellenor hospice in Gravesend. It gives