A New Home for Glasgow's Hospice
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice has developed and grown beyond recognition from its early beginnings in 1983 when it occupied just one Georgian townhouse in Carlton Place, Glasgow. Today it occupies four adjacent townhouses which have been developed to create one building.
Every year we care for over 1,000 patients and their families and the total focus of Hospice staff is to give the highest quality of care to everyone who needs our help.
However, due to the constraints of our present facility, which have been developed as far as possible, we are being hampered in our ability to grow and develop. In 2011 we therefore unveiled our plans to build a brand new Hospice for the people of Glasgow, which will enhance our current services and allow us to lower our age limit to those aged 15 and above.
The total cost of this wonderful building is £18million. We have already secured £3million but we will need your support to raise the remaining £15million.
To find out how you can help, please click here.
Glasgow City Council have given our Brick by Brick Appeal a major boost by gifting the land at Bellahouston Park to the Hospice.
We launched our Brick by Brick fundraising appeal today to raise the £15 million needed to create a new state-of-the-art facility.
Rangers CEO Charles Green announces support of the Brick by Brick Appeal.
Have a Bash
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The New Build Team
Capital Appeal Manager
"I am looking forward to the opportunities that will come with fundraising for a £15million capital appeal and playing a major role in bringing a new Hospice to fruition for the people of Glasgow."