North London Hospice is a registered charity and all our services are provided free of charge. However, it costs over £8 million a year to keep our services going.
We only receive a small proportion of our funding from the NHS and rely on donations and legacies from generous people in the community to provide the cost of caring for three out of every four patients.
There are many ways that you can help us provide our care and we are so grateful to everyone who supports us.
A record 1635 people took part in the Big Fun Walk 2019 on Sunday - North London Hospice's biggest fundraiser of the year.
One of North London Hospice's core values is 'Valuing partnerships' and that’s why we're working with more organisations than ever before to help achieve our mission.
We work with young people to raise awareness of the Hospice. Help your pupils understand what hospice care is all about and make a positive difference to their local community.
Scouts, youth groups, Masonic Lodges, Rotarians and Support Groups all tell us that helping to raise funds for North London Hospice is great fun and always provides a good focus for social get-togethers.
North London Hospice places great value on the support that it receives from charitable trusts and foundations. They support all aspects of our operations and have been essential to the establishment, continuation and growth of the Hospice.
Leaving a gift in your Will is a great way to ensure that we can continue to make a difference, not only now but in the future. Almost 1 in 5 of our patients are cared for through the income we receive from legacies.
If you’ve got an idea, we’d love to hear it! We’ll give you lots of support and can provide forms, buckets, t-shirts and banners.
Be inspired by what some of our fundraisers have done.
Why not show your support for North London Hospice by taking part in some great local fundraising initiatives.
Look how far we've come!
Get inspired by our fundraisers' stories.
Raising awareness of the desperate need for end-of-life care and support in our communities.