Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice


How Glasgow's Hospice delivers compassionate care...

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Family and carers

The hospice looks after all those who care for our patients...

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Healthcare professionals

Find out about the support, advice and referral procedure we offer...

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Our services

Our wide range of services support our patients, carers, and families...

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New hospice

Explore the story of Glasgow's New Hospice in Bellahouston Park...

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Work with us

Come and make a difference by joining our brilliant team...

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Study here

Take advantage of our exceptional education programme...

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Discover the world of volunteering by becoming a hospice volunteer...

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Get involved in one of our fantastic fundraising events...

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Play the Hospice Lottery every week for your chance to win big...

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Our shops

Donate to, shop at, volunteer in, one of our 18 hospice shops...

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Help us raise money so we can look after the people of Glasgow...

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Latest News

Balfour Beatty announced as contractor to build new home for Glasgow’s Hospice

As the first JCB arrived on site at Bellahouston Park, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice chief executive Rhona Baillie announced that Balfour Beatty is the contractor for work to build a new home for Glasgow’s Hospice.

This marks the start of a two-year project to build a state-of-the-art hospice on land gifted by Glasgow City Council that will see patients move to the new hospice in 2018.

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Twiggy the hospice therapet

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The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice Glasgow

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is a registered Scottish charity that looks after the palliative care needs of people living in and around greater Glasgow. The cost of looking after patients, their carers, and their families, is £5 million a year, with £1.9 million coming from the National Health Service. So we can keep our doors open, and look after those who need our support, our hospice fundraising and events team must raise the remaining £3.1 million shortfall.

This is a very very big challenge. It requires the energy, enthusiasm and generosity of thousands of people each year to make this happen. There are so many ways you can help us help our patients, carers and families. You can take part in one of our events, which run throughout the year, or our fundraising and events team could lend their support to you, so you and your family and friends can organise an event of your own. 

You can donate or buy from one of our eighteen hospice shops that are situated around Glasgow,  or visit our online shops and do your shopping from the comfort of your own home or work place.  Our shop and support giving space lets you buy a service in support of the work we do. Here you can help us run an ambulance for a week, or buy a day of services, or an hour of nurse’s time.

Other ways to help us raise the money we need include, leaving a legacy in your will to the hospice in memory of your loved one, or by simply donating. Glasgow’s Hospice is thankful of any way you choose to help and look forward to having your support as we continue caring for the people of Glasgow. For more information about how you can get involved in raising money for us contact us. THANK YOU from all of us at the hospice.