It costs £11million a year to maintain Trinity’s existing services and provide expert end of life care, completely free of charge to 1,500 patients each year as well as their families, friends and carers. We receive just under a third of our funding from the Government and must therefore raise £8million each year. Regular appeals allow us to keep our donors up-to-date on our services and funding needs and allow supporters to choose when and how they donate.Donors have the right to remove their details from our mailing database at any time and all details are kept secure and confidential and are never passed onto third parties. To read more about how we protect our donors, please click here.To read more about our current funding needs and project appeals click below.
It costs £12 million to maintain Trinity’s existing services. We receive only a quarter of this from core NHS funding and therefore rely on your support to continue providing expert care for more than 2,500 individuals and their families and carers each year. Read more
Join Team Trinity and take part in an exciting sports or challenge event to raise funds for your local hospice. Whatever your challenge of choice, including running, swimming, cycling, trekking or skydiving – there’s something out there to test and inspire you! Read more
Remember a loved one by purchasing a leaf to go on our special, commemorative Magnolia Tree. Read more
Kate and her son Charlie are appealing for donations to help fund our specialist support for families. Please donate just £20, or whatever you can, to help Trinity provide specialist support for families. Read more
Chef James and his team go the extra mile every day to make special memories for our patients at the end of life Read more
In memory of Diana Aronstam, to support RTH in continuing their excellent care for as many people as possible.
Claire was intended in this walk while she was in Trinity Hospice.
We are walking to support the incredible work of Royal Trinity Hospice in their provision of expert and compassionate care for those affected by progressive and life limiting illness in central and south west London
I am running for Royal Trinity Hospice at the Royal Parks Half Marathon in October.
Nelsons Nyalas are Matt Hogg, Lucian Herta, Melaney Noon, Michael Tibbles, Rick Radia and Shaun Knight. Nyalas are a species of antelope that can run up 57kms a hour, hence our name. Some of us run a little slower than that, give or take. We are running the Royal Parks Half Marathon to raise money Trinity Hospice, which is the BBN staff bursary's official charity this year. Our target is £1,800, so please sponsor us and help support this fantastic and important local charity, who provide sk
I think Royal Trinity Hospice is a wonderful place, made so by the fantastic team who support and care for people at the end of their lives, and their families and friends in South London.