Watch our new animation video

Forest Holme Hospice

We help ensure that everyone in our community affected by life-limiting illness or bereavement, gets the care and support they need, either at home or in our dedicated hospice facility.

NHS funding is limited, which is why we need to raise £1 million each year so that our team can deliver the highest level of care, when and where it counts.

How you can support us



Share your story

Leaving a gift in your will

Volunteers needed

Looking for a new role that makes a difference?

Our wonderful volunteers take on all sorts of roles to help support Forest Holme Hospice and our fundraising activities.

Find out more


29th Nov 23

Award success

Congratulations to our fantastic Complementary Therapy Team, who came second and took the highly commended award in the recent Great British Care Awards.

Find out more

3rd Nov 23

Charity secures dedicated Reiki Therapist for patients

Forest Holme is delighted to announce it will be part-funding the role of the hospice’s reiki specialist, Kay Spears, alongside the Harry Edwards Healing Sanctuary. The charity recognises the importance of Kay’s work for the wellbeing of patients, their families, and the staff at Forest Holme Hospice and will be securing the post for a further year.

Find out more

1st Aug 23

Poppy’s Stall

10-year-old Poppy Thomas was thrilled to receive her certificate and medal from the charity for raising £150 from her fundraising stall.

Find out more

25th Jul 23

Forest Holme Refurbishment

We are excited to announce that our refurbishment project at Forest Holme Hospice will begin on Monday 31st July 2023.

Find out more

30th Jun 23

Complementary therapies benefit from £7.5K donation

Going for Bust have generously donated £7,500 to fund complementary therapies for Breast Cancer patients at Forest Holme Hospice. 

Find out more

30th Jun 23

Memorial event success new location

Hundreds of people flocked to Poole Park to write a dedication in memory of a loved one at our Tie A Yellow Ribbon event, which was held in the park for the very first time.

Find out more

Skip to content