Our revolutionary hospice in Bellahouston Park allows us to care for 1200 patients and their families every year. 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. On this page you can find our more about making a financial donation - whether that’s a one-off or regular donation, a donation in your will, or a donation in memory of a loved one. You could also donate goods to one of our shops, or donate your time by volunteering with the hospice.
Each year we need to raise more than £3 million to keep our doors open. We receive a percentage of our funding from the NHS. This means we rely on the generosity of our supporters.
If you can make a donation today, you can help us to care for the people of Glasgow.
Could you give a monthly donation? A regular income allows us to plan ahead and provides the opportunity to develop the services that we offer. This makes it possible for us to stay at the forefront of hospice care in Scotland and put the needs of our patients and families first in everything we do.
Leaving a gift to the hospice in your Will is a powerful way to ensure we can continue providing our care, both now, and for years to come.
Gifts in Wills are incredibly important for the hospice. A gift in your Will allows our caring team to ensure that people at the end of their life get the complete support they need, either here at the hospice or in their own homes. These gifts enable us to make every moment count for people with life-limiting illnesses, and their families.
Use our free Will writing service
We have partnered with Bequeathed to offer a free online Will writing service. If you don’t have a Will and would like to leave a gift to The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice and any other causes close to your heart, then this service makes it quick and easy for you.
Losing someone can be very difficult. You may wish to make a donation to the hospice in someone’s memory, as way to give thanks for the life of the person who has died, and to help the hospice to continue caring for the people of Glasgow. You could also have a funeral collection at your loved one’s funeral, fundraise in memory or take part in one of our challenge events or our annual Light up a Life appeal.
Often people want to do something positive in memory of their loved one. Finding a lasting way to remember a loved one can be a great comfort. A Tribute fund gives you a way to do that, in a way that suits you.
Our Fundraising Team can help you decide an appropriate way to celebrate a loved one’s life.