Your regular support is one of the most powerful ways to make a difference and will help us to continue to provide care in the future.

There are two ways that you can support Saint Catherine’s on a regular basis. Saint Catherine’s lottery and our regular giving scheme Friends of Saint Catherine’s.

Playing Saint Catherine’s lottery gives you the chance to win a top prize £1500 every week whilst supporting your local hospice. Find out more.

Our Friends of Saint Catherine’s regular giving scheme allows you to donate to Saint Catherine’s monthly, quarterly or annually. Regular donations can help us plan ahead effectively to ensure that we are offering the highest level of care. Find out more.

Meet our Regular Giving Fundraiser Debbie Jewison

"I am very passionate about the care we provide to patients, carers and families. We are a unique organisation and are often in the privileged position of being able to help people at what can be a very precious time in their life journey. It’s an honour to work here and know that every day, I can make a difference.

I am very excited that my new role will have me out and about in the community encouraging support for our charity.

Playing our Saint Catherine’s Lottery gives you a chance of winning a top prize of £1,500 every week, plus 16 other prizes – along with a rollover which can reach as high as £20,000! How amazing is that! This is such a brilliant prize but what I love is that players will of course also be helping to make a real difference to the local families who are in need of our help, as the lottery provides an income we can rely on receiving each and every month.

It’s win-win!

Our Friends of Saint Catherine’s scheme is another vital source of income for us. Supporters can join with a monthly donation which gives us a regular income we can rely on. This provides a stable foundation for the charity. If you join Friends of Saint Catherine’s then you can choose to add a leaf to our Tree of Life that is displayed in our Quiet Room and Chapel; some people put their own name on this, some add a message of support, others will do it in memory of a loved one.

Please come and see me. Let’s talk about supporting local community care!"