Despite the rise in cases in our region affecting patients, families, staff and volunteers, we continue to provide vital care where we can for patients in Ipswich, East Suffolk and Great Yarmouth and Waveney areas.
St Elizabeth Hospice is here for people living with progressive and life-limiting illnesses. We offer expert care and support to help them, and their families, maximise the potential from the time they have left.
St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people living with progressive and life-limiting illnesses. Our work is centred around an individual's needs. We provide specialist support wherever it is needed, in your home, in the community or at our hospice.
Our 24 hour advice line OneCall continues to provide essential support for patients and families. OneCall is there to support everyone in our catchment area.
Your support is vital to the work of the hospice and allows the team to care for people with a progressive illness and their families. There are many ways to get involved.
Give us as call on 01473 723600 if you would like to make an online donation or hear more about our fundraising work.
Zest supports young adults aged 14 upwards with progressive and incurable illnesses - ensuring they get specialist care to enjoy life to the full.
Thank you to the amazing ITFC stewards
raised by the brilliant MacDonald family in memory of Sue
Thank you to TSB Felixstowe for selling some of our talented nurse Sarah's fabulous artwork.
Raised my Morgan and Bailey Wix in memory of their grandmother
Gary Keeble & friends in memory of Betty & Colin Keeble
Millica Bishop Morris – Braved the shave in memory of her Grandad
MSC- from their 2020 Charity of the Year partnership
Georgie Veale & Plum, for completing a 200 mile ride up the east coast
Thank you Michael for taking part in our virtual Midnight Walk.
raised by Natalie Molyneaux selling calendars featuring her poetry.
George Baker raised by participating in the Santa Stride and Ride
raised by our awesome Zest staff for the Hannah 100 Challenge.
so far... Raised by Marijke Morris by taking on the Lands End to John O'Groats Virtual Walk
Max Pittman by completing a 4x4x48 Goggins Challenge!