We rely on our energetic and generous supporters, and we know that everyone benefits when you find a way to help that works for you.
You could volunteer with us, take part in a fundraising event, or organise your own event. If you are pushed for time but would still like to help, you could make a financial donation, or support us by visiting our cafe, beauty salon, or shops. Any support you can provide helps us to continue delivering and improving our services.
Every penny of support that we receive helps us to keep on caring for local people in Glasgow. There are lots of ways to donate to Glasgow’s Hospice, and they all make a real difference to people living with life-limiting conditions.
We rely on the generosity of our supporters to keep our doors open. There are loads of ways you can get involved in fundraising, from taking part in a challenge or attending an event to hosting your own event or even buying your wedding favours from us.
Every time you shop or donate in one of our hospice shops you support the hospice and make a real difference to the lives of local people.
Our 17 hospice charity shops across Greater Glasgow, our online shop, and our shop to support giving space, raise a significant amount of money for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.
By supporting our shops as well as supporting us by shopping online, you help Glasgow's Hospice care for people who need our care the most.
At no cost to you, you can support the hospice while shopping online. Access Amazon Smile and/or Give as You Live before you start your shopping and choose The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice as your charity. A percentage of your shop will then be donated to the hospice. These platforms cost you nothing to register and you do not pay for the donation.
Having a clear out of clothes, household items, toys, books or unwanted gifts? You could use sites such as Ebay to sell items and choose to give a percentage of your earnings to the hospice
You can also help us by volunteering in our shops!
We value all your ongoing support for the hospice, however you choose to help, and on behalf of the patients and families we care for, thank you Glasgow.