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Personalised physical, emotional, social and spiritual care from diagnosis to end of life

1,300 people receiving our care each year
1,945 times our nurses help a patient at home each year
223 people receive care in our hospice beds each year
£12,995 needed each day to keep our services running
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Resource Centre

Find answers to all your questions following a diagnosis of an incurable illness, ranging from what to expect and how to get the right financial support to planning for death and bereavement support.

Caring for someone

Learn about what financial support is available for family carers and carers rights at work.

Bereavement support

Get support if you are grieving or helping a grieving friend,  relative or child.

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We're reliant on raising funds to keep our hospice running. With rising costs affecting so much of our work, we need your vital donations more than ever.

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Read Brian's story

Brian loved life and his terminal diagnosis came as a huge shock to his family, but the care he received from the Community Palliative Care Team was second to none.

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Celebration Tree

Remember the life of your loved one with a dedication on our beautiful Celebration Tree, which takes pride of place close to the reception area at Katharine House.

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We believe the best partnerships are formed when we work closely with corporate supporters over a number of years.

Could you be our next volunteer?

Find out about all the volunteering opportunities that we can offer you at Katharine House Hospice.

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Get involved

  • Middleton Cheney Village Open Gardens

    Enjoy a Sunday afternoon strolling around varied and beautiful gardens in Middleton Cheney on 23 June. Read more

  • Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) Sunrise

    Looking for an unforgettable micro-adventure? Join our Katharine House team trekking the highest mountain in England and Wales by night. Read more

  • Claridges Barn Open Gardens

    Stroll around the beautiful garden at Claridges Barn, near Chipping Norton, and raise money for Katharine House Hospice on Sunday 16 June, 2-6pm. Read more

Keep up to date

  • Volunteers' Week 2024

    We simply could not do what we do without the amazing people who volunteer for us. In June, we focused on our shop volunteers and why they give up their time. Here's a HUGE thank you to you all. Read more

  • Rose to Remember at Upton House

    Katharine House Hospice’s Rose to Remember scheme gives people the chance to honour the life of someone special by purchasing a beautiful white hand-crafted metal rose in their memory. Read more

  • Dying Matters Awareness Week 2024

    This week is Dying Matters Awareness Week and we're taking the opportunity to share advice and support around this year's theme to encourage people to talk about death and dying. Read about our available resources and how our clinical staff aim to support the people they care for. Read more