I love the fact that this charity care for seriously ill children across Cheshire and do not charge the families for any of the care they give. The families are given some respite from the intense care routines of their very sick children either in their own homes or at the hospice in Shropshire. They need to raise £4 million to keep this service running and rely upon funding from the general public.
They change the lives of families living with a child with a terminal illness from diagnosis, throughout the lifetime of the child and then for as long as the family needs them. How can you say any other business is a worthy of this one.
A truly inspiring organisation.
Staff here demonstrate a level of commitment that cannot be surpassed; providing care to the most vulnerable in our society, children.
Most of us, thank goodness, may never need to experience Hope House; for those who do, they know this extraordinary Hospice is deserving of far more plaudits than they ever receive.
Hope House is such an inspirational charity. The services they provide to terminally-ill children and their families, and the bereavement counselling they provide to our local community is vital. Hope House deserve more recognition for all the good work they do and most definitely deserve to occupy the number 1 slot on this pole. I think it would be an excellent way of saying Thank You for all that they do :)
In February 2012, Graham L said:
Great shop with a lovely friendly staff. A credit to Nantwich.
In February 2012, Mike C said:
This is a charity covering Cheshire that supports the siblings and families who have life limited children providing respite care as well as continued support in the home and after the loss of a child.
In February 2012, Hannah P said:
They are a fantastic charity who are very friendly and hold many fun events!
Hope House is the best place ever for so many very special children and their families.
They provide practical respite care for local children who are not expected to live to be an adult. Everyone who spends time there has a fabulous time and often a weekend just isn't long enough!
They need £4million every year to run all their services and they can't do it without the help of local communities and businesses.
In October 2011, Parent said:
It is a real home from home, somewhere to go when things get tough