Wigan and Leigh Hospice is a charity which provides palliative and end-of-life care to people with life-limiting illnesses who live in Wigan Borough.
We deliver personalised care to address the physical, emotional, social, practical and spiritual needs of our patients. We also offer support to those people important to our patients.
We do not charge for our care and rely on the local community to continue to support the Hospice. Around two-thirds of our funding comes from charitable giving including donations, fundraising and legacies.
We have to raise £9,700 every day in order to continue providing all of our services.
Find out more about what a hospice is and what we do.
Many myths exist around hospices which can stop people accessing our care who really need it. People fear the hospice is a sad, scary and dark place when the truth is that it is warm, welcoming and friendly. Read more about the myths surrounding hospices - you might be surprised!
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Find out more about who the senior responsible people are at the hospice.