Rowcroft’s doctors and nurses are on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic

With escalating pressures on our services, and vital fundraising events cancelled, we need your help to continue providing end-of-life care to the most vulnerable patients across our South Devon community.

We need you

Our incredible clinical teams are working tirelessly around the clock to provide end-of-life care to patients through their hours of greatest need.

But with increasing numbers of patients needing care at home, our services are stretched to the limit. While we’re still in the thick of this COVID-19 crisis, please would you consider making a donation to Rowcroft, no matter how big or small? Making a regular donation is the very best way to support us, as it offers us a guaranteed income through these challenging times of financial unpredictability. If you are able to do this, we would be so very grateful – you will be caring for local people who need us, and ensuring families receive the support and reassurance they deserve during this time.

 

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Please will you make a regular donation?

Supporting us with a regular donation offers us a steady income stream that we can rely on in these uncertain times.

It allows us to plan ahead and to provide long-term care for our patients and families. Please will you support us with a regular gift? Your support makes so much difference.

£5 a month will fund two music therapy sessions for patients and their families, to help ease anxiety, stress and tension.

£10 a month will keep our Hospice at Home nurses on the road for three days, supporting patients at home across South Devon.

£15 a month will fund six bereavement sessions for a local family, providing vital support during this difficult time.

 

A message from our nurses

“We are determined to carry on supporting our patients throughout this COVID-19 national emergency – our community’s biggest challenge.

We will never give up providing high quality care and comfort to those with life-limiting illnesses, but we cannot pretend this will be easy.

Our income has been devastated — due to the closure of our charity shops and the cancellation or postponement of all our fundraising events. That’s why — more than ever — we need the help of our community.”

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Video message from Karenne Weaver - Hospice at Home Manager

We are so inspired by the dedication and commitment of our specialist nursing teams.

Our nurses are providing expert care to patients 24/7, and taking all precautions to keep everyone safe. Some Rowcroft nurses have recorded their own videos, describing what it’s like to be on the frontline during this crisis.

We are so proud of Rowcroft’s nursing team. Please help them to continue to care and support the most vulnerable people in our community.

Dr George Walker, Rowcroft Medical Director,

In this heartwarming video, Dr George Walker, describes how the COVID-19 pandemic has brought huge challenges for us as a nation, as individuals and as a community.

Rowcroft’s care has become more important than ever, as patients struggle not only with their illnesses but also with isolation and all the additional problems this brings.

We continue to support vulnerable patients and their families through these difficult times – helping to make every day the best day possible.

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