St Helena is dedicated to doing everything we can to ensure local people facing incurable illness have access to all the support and resources available to them, helping them to live and die well with dignity and choice.
We often ask for feedback from those receiving end of life care. Feedback we’ve received recently has been that people would like to be communicated with more often and to hear about all the services and support available to them.
To help make that happen, we are asking individuals who are referred to St Helena, to consent to receiving regular email communications from us.
Once referred to St Helena, even if an individual only has one phone call with SinglePoint, they are still part of the St Helena community. If they consent to regular communications, we will share the many services, groups, resources etc that are available to help them and their family to access the support they need.
If you are living with incurable illness and would like to receive regular communications from St Helena, you can opt in by clicking the button below.
You will also be asked if you’d like to opt in to hearing about the many ways you can support St Helena and help your local hospice, such as visiting our shops, playing the lottery, making a donation, or just spreading the word about what we do.
You can choose the type of communications you’d like to opt into and you can update your preferences and stop communications any time by getting in touch.
When you make a donation to St Helena Hospice, we are charged transactional fees by other companies, including fees for processing payments made to us, looking up addresses and validating bank account details.
We are very grateful to our donors who offer to offset some of these fees with a minor addition to their total amount. This is however completely optional and we are very grateful for your support whether or not you choose to contribute to processing fees.Close
We are able to claim an extra 25p on every £1 on your donation amount for no extra cost to you, as long as you are a UK tax payer; have paid enough income tax or capital gains tax in that tax year; and are donating your own money. If you pay less income tax and/or capital gains tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all of your donations in that tax year it is your responsibility to pay any difference. For more information about Gift Aid, please visit https://www.gov.uk/donating-to-charity/gift-aid