Elaine Ritchie: The grief of losing my mother was something I couldn’t have prepared for…
“ellenor may not have been able to save my mum, but the charity has certainly saved me. The journey is still not yet over – but I do know I’m not alone”. - Elaine
Q & A WITH LEAH POPPY – HOW VOLUNTEERING CHANGED MY LIFE
Leah reflects on what volunteers can bring to ellenor – and on the wealth of experiences that volunteering with ellenor can provide.
Appointment of new Interim Chief Executive
ellenor has announced its new Interim Chief Executive following a decision made by the Board of Trustees earlier this month.
Adult day therapy services redesigned to support people living with advance illness.
Adult day-therapy services are to be redesigned to improve health-care delivery and to help empower patients to feel more in control of their own situations.
Join Ellie for her first Mini Marathon
ellenor’s mascot Ellie is calling children aged 5 – 16 years old to take to the tracks at the cyclopark in Gravesend for the best children’s Fun Run in town.
Roy Debnam, Financial Guidance Co-ordinator has died aged 70 years following a short illness.
Roy Debnam, Financial Guidance Co-ordinator at ellenor has died aged 70 years following a short illness. All the staff and volunteers at the charity were saddened to hear the news; he was a much loved member of the team having given more than 30 years’ service to ellenor.
Amanda Cottrell OBE – new patron of ellenor charity visits the Hospice
The former High Sheriff of Kent has been announced as Patron of ellenor. Amanda Cottrell OBE has taken up the position to help raise awareness of the charity which provides hospice care for people of all ages in their place of choice in Kent, and the only charity providing children’s nursing care in the home.
29 Accumulator Challenge teams have raised more than £26,000 in just four months...
ellenor’s exciting Accumulator Challenge has raised £26,305 which could pay for over 844 hours of Play Therapy or over 54 days of care on ellenor’s Inpatient Ward.
International Women’s Day – Q & A with Beverley Barclay (Clinical Lead for ellenor’s Children’s Hospice at Home service)
Beverley Barclay has devoted much of her life to looking after families facing terminal illness and helping to ensure they receive the best specialised care.
Run at your pace and distance for hospice care – the new ellenor Virtual Run 2019!
Sign up for our first ever Virtual Run to raise money for your local hospice.
Christmas Panto raises money for ellenor...
Generous theatre patrons at the E M Forster Theatre pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk have donated £1,615.65 to ellenor.