We support patients, their families and carers, to live every moment

Refer a patient

Find out more about how to access Trinity's free, skilled, compassionate care.

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Author: Emma Van Allan

Volunteer at Trinity

Whether you would like to volunteer in the hospice, in a shop or in the community, we have a role for you in our volunteer team.

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Author: Jason Coleman

Why support us

Donate, fundraise or volunteer. It's rewarding, challenging and fun!

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Author: Anthony McHugh

Work for us

We have a variety of vacancies in the hospice and across our shops

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Author: Jason Coleman

News

Events

  • Free Will Fortnight: 7-18 May

    Trinity is offering you the chance to make or amend a simple Will for free this May. Read more

  • Dying Matters 2018 | The Art of Kindness: teaching, reflection + guided meditation

    "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Read more

  • Dying Matters 2018 | Death Cafe 2018

    Death Cafés are events where people gather to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death and dying. Read more

  • Dying Matters 2018 | Creative Writing Showcase: Our Stories

    View, listen and reflect on words from all those who use and run our services at Trinity Read more

  • The Tooting Aquathlon

    Join us and take part in the Total Motion Aquathlon in the heart of London. Read more

Stories from Trinity

  • Mark's Story

    Mark volunteers at Trinity as a massage therapist and yoga teacher. Here he shares his story of what lead him to volunteer and reflects on how his service has made a difference to patients and their families. Read more

  • Suzie's Story

    Suzie shares her reasons for taking on the challenge of a lifetime, ten years after Trinity cared for her mum Read more

  • Alan and Marsha's Story

    "It was really important I got the document I needed. If I didn't my scooter would have been taken away. Without Marsha I wouldn't have had a clue what to do - her help has been brilliant." Read more

  • Freddy's Story

    "My preconceptions were obviously totally wrong, the rooms were incredibly bright and clean and private. My mother really loved her room and enjoyed going out into the garden when possible." Read more