Alexander’s first school presents its annual kindness award in his memory
Four team members recognised for their time and commitment to the charity
Windsor-based events company recognised for its outstanding support and contribution to our charity
22 runners battled tough weather conditions to raise over £12,000
Last week, over 65 volunteers and staff at Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service all came together for our charity’s first ‘One Team’ day.
Our 21 brave Devine Daredevils have raised over £18,000 for us this year, money that will make a big difference to the children and families we support.
On the last Sunday of November, we will yet again be turn the streets of Windsor red in our 7th annual Santa Dash.
We are thrilled to be part of the Lions of Windsor 2019 sculpture trail, thanks to the generosity of our friends at Legoland who kindly sponsored our Lion Cub.
On 31st July our Patron, Mr John Barley, officially opened our hydrotherapy pool.
A number of beautiful private gardens in Cookham Dean and Marlow proved to be real crowd pleasers when they were opened up to the public last month.
Devine Paws Dog Show and Family Fun Day held in memory of Skyla Head with all proceeds from the day going towards our hospice service, which supported Skyla during her short life.
We are hoping to attract a wide variety of wild birds to our hospice grounds thanks to two new bird feeders that were gifted to us by RSPB East and McCarthy and Stone.
Our corporate partners go to incredible lengths to support us! This week a team from Fiscal Technologies attempted to swim the English Channel to raise money for us.
This week we will be sharing stories about ‘moments that matter’, from our families and our CEO Fiona Devine.
To celebrate National Volunteers Week, we took the opportunity to personally thank each and every one of our volunteers at our annual Volunteers BBQ.
When we opened our hydrotherapy pool in May the smiles on the faces of the children and parents that came to try it out said it all!
School teacher, Chris Best, cycled all the way from Land’s End to John O’Groats over ten days
Personal trainer Johnny Stokes, who runs fitness classes across Berkshire, brought together 143 people in Thatcham for a massive bootcamp session and raised more than £3,000
It is Dying Matters week and Catherine Northup our Alexander’s Play Specialist tells us why we should not shy away from talking about loss, especially with children.
Today we celebrated an important milestone for our volunteering family – the launch of our Volunteer Care Programme.
Conservationist, Dr Jess French, enthrals children at our Spring Family Fun day
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The word hospice should not seem scary and getting support from us doesn’t have to mean a child’s death is imminent. Helping to enrich the lives of the children and their families is at the heart of our service, our end of life and bereavement support is just a part of what we do.
Our children’s hospice service covers the whole of Berkshire and the surrounding counties. Anyone can make a referral to Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service and if you think your child may be eligible for our services, please do get in touch.
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