Our 50th Anniversary

"We have lots of exciting things planned for our anniversary year. I look forward to helping you celebrate 50 years of your hospice, your way"

Jess Milton, 2017 Project Manager and
Adelle Sanders, Special Events 2017 Project Co-ordinator (tel 0208 768 4645)

Projects

We are producing a special book, a series of podcasts and short films to celebrate our history, break down some myths about hospice care and show the rich diversity of our work, our patients and the people behind St Christopher’s.

We also hope you can support these projects by sharing your photos or stories with us.

For more information about any of these events, if you have any suggestions to share or you want to get involved in St Christopher’s 50th anniversary celebrations, please contact our 2017 Project Manager on 020 8768 4662 or at  2017@stchristophers.org.uk

50th Anniversary Video

Support our Learning Hub Campaign

Artist's impression of the new Education Centre

Transforming the experience of death, dying and loss through education

We are launching a special 50th Anniversary Campaign to raise the final £3.5 million with the help of supporters, businesses and trusts and foundations in our community.

50 Years of UK Hospice Care Evolution conference series

Overview

We present a series of conferences designed to facilitate reflection on how key aspects of hospice service delivery have evolved over the past five decades across care, research, education (the three cornerstones of ‘hospice’), bereavement support and spiritual care

Dates

  • 24 March: Fifty Years of Education
  • 26 May: Fifty Years of Spiritual Care
  • 7 July: Fifty Years of Bereavement Support
  • 15 September: Fifty Years of Research
  • 24 November: Fifty Years of Care

Information

VENUE St Christopher’s Hospice, London
COST £150 per conference or
SERIES PASSES available for just £500 (saving £250)

Organisations or individuals can purchase a series pass for £500 securing 5 places across the 50 Years of UK Hospice Care Evolution series (if the organisation owns the pass the attendees can be different members of staff)