The Prince of Wales Hospice – Junction 32’s Charity of the Year 2019/20
We're proud to be supporting our local charity, The Prince of Wales Hospice.
The Prince of Wales Hospice has been providing care to people with a life-limiting illness since 1989. Their services are available to any adult from the Five Towns area of West Yorkshire. They care for patients with any life-limiting illness, including cancer, motor neurone disease and chronic heart and lung disease. They care for anyone over the age of 18, either as a visiting out-patient, or on their ward where they offer 24-hour specialist care. The Hospice helps people live better with their illness, with over half who stay with them eventually returning home. Many choose the safety and dignity of the Hospice for care at the end of their life.
The Hospice are always looking for enthusiastic local volunteers to help run their fundraising events, work in their retail shops or even help at the Hospice. If you would be interested in a volunteering role please visit www.pwh.org.uk/about/vacancies/about-volunteering
For more information about The Prince of Wales Hospice, visit the website.
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