Have you got the heart of the Tin Man, the courage of the Lion or the brains of the Scarecrow?
Fundraisers at St. Joseph’s Hospice are urging stall holders to book their space at this year’s Spring Ladies Day on Sunday 14 May.
St. Joseph's Hospice is challenging people across Merseyside to sign up to its Challenge 55 Triathlon, or individual Run, Cycle, Swim events, to help it raise £55,000 to support local hospice care for the next 55 years.
Bucket collectors, Don Franks and Charles Callaghan have raised a staggering £400,000 for St. Joseph’s Hospice over the last 17 years.
St. Joseph’s Hospice is on the lookout for business across Sefton and Merseyside to support it during its special 55th Anniversary year.
COLFC player, Allen Weston, cut the ribbon and officially opened the brand new St. Joseph’s Hospice furniture shop on Warbreck Moor, near Aintree, today (Thursday 9 March).
St. Joseph's Hospice is looking for people who are passionate about the hospice and its values and would like to earn a bit of extra income.
St. Joseph’s Hospice in Thornton has launched a special £3,000 bumper draw to mark
55 years since Father Frances O’Leary founded the St. Joseph’s Hospice Association.
Eight generous children from Crosby have raised over £120 for the hospice by running their very own cake and sweet stall.
The hospice was full of love this week as one of our patients proposed to his long term girlfriend with a ring he had fashioned from a paper tissue.
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