Businesses invited to leave messages of support for Hospice this Christmas

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Local businesses are encouraged to show their support for St. Luke’s Hospice this Christmas by sharing special messages to be displayed at the Hospice over the festive season.

Each message of support will be printed on a decoration and displayed on a Christmas tree at the Hospice for all their specialist nurses, doctors, support staff, volunteers, patients and visitors to read over the festive period.

Companies can also choose to leave a donation to help the Hospice continue providing its services to people in the local community.

Each year, local businesses and organisations of all sizes support St. Luke’s Hospice by fundraising, donating, volunteering their time and more. Due to the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this year has changed many of these plans but the Hospice has been buoyed by the continued dedication and support shown by companies across Basildon and Thurrock. 

Leanne Stewart, Corporate and Donor Relations Officer at St. Luke’s Hospice, said:

“The past year has been a very uncertain time for all and we’re hugely grateful to the businesses, large and small, who have continued to support the Hospice. We know that particularly at this time of year many businesses want to support our work. Leaving a special Christmas message from you and your team on our Christmas tree is a very special way to show your support for St. Luke’s Hospice.”

To leave a message for St. Luke’s Hospice this Christmas, visit the website at

Christmas messages should be sent to the Hospice no later than Tuesday 15 December in order for them to be displayed in time for Christmas.

To find out about the ways your company or business can get involved in the work of St. Luke’s Hospice, visit, contact the Corporate team by email [email protected] or call 01268 524973. 

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