Fundraise for us
Albany Community Hospice is the only community-run Hospice in Western Australia, looking after approximately 150 patients per year with over 200 admissions from the Great Southern Region and surrounds. The Hospice provides this service at no cost to the patient, and is available to anyone suffering from a life-limiting illness.
In order to continue to provide this valuable service to the community, Hospice must fund raise approximately $200,000 per year, through events and appeals.
Albany Community Hospice Fundraising committee organises a range of exciting events throughout the year, including the Spinathon, Spring Garden Festival, Golf Day and much more! If you have some spare time or resources and would like to organise or help-out with a fundraiser email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How your fundraising will help Albany Community Hospice
Raising money for Hospice will contribute to Hospice’s commitment to be a centre of excellence in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia. It will help to provide current opportunities, fund new ones, and ensure the ongoing presence of a specialist unit in Albany.
As a supporter, you can be assured that your generosity will go towards clinical services, new technology and equipment, and quality education and training programs, all of which will enhance Hospice’s existing services
Maintaining and extending the ability of the Hospice to provide high-level expertise and person-centred palliative care from a team of dedicated staff and volunteers.
Technology & Equipment
Ensuring patients and carers have access to necessary technology and clinical equipment for optimum comfort and care.
Innovation & Development
Identification and uptake of opportunities to continuously improve the level of patient care and ensure a sustainable operation well into the future.
Education & Training
Ongoing palliative care education and training to ensure the care team deliver best practice and stay abreast of any industry changes.
Hobbits 1200 Hike For Hospice
Help Brent Off and his family raise $5,000 for Hospice as they walk the Bibbulmun Track over the school holidays.