Daily News Roundup – 15 January 2015

Categories: In The Media.

‘Signs are good’ for new hospice at home service

Cambrian News
Signs are good that a new Aberystwyth and District Hospice at Home service will be up-and-running by 1 April, board chairman Dr Alan Axford OBE told the Cambrian News this week.

John Hartson and Murdo MacLeod visit Robin House Children’s Hospice to make donation

Daily Record
Former Celtic stars John Hartson and Murdo MacLeod visited Robin House Children’s Hospice to make a donation of £50,000 raised by the John Hartson Foundation.

Tributes to ‘kind and humble’ woman whose generosity gave Little Harbour children’s hospice a home

Cornish Guardian
Tributes have been paid to Shirley Rosevear who, along with her husband Howard, donated the land on which Little Harbour children’s hospice in Porthpean is built.

When Marie Curie was left a Rembrandt – or were we?

Marie Curie blog
This is one in a series of blogs which explores some of the key and memorable moments of the charity’s past, since it was founded in 1948.

Ambulance chiefs rule call-outs to sickest patients are non-urgent

Daily Mail
A report on East of England Ambulance Service has revealed that ambulances are being held back from terminally ill patients.

#charity platform to connect experienced tech volunteers with charities

UK Fundraising
#Charity is a new digital platform that aims to connect experienced technology staff to charities who require their voluntary skills.

A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…

MyDirectives® launches advance care planning app for iPhone

ehospice USA
A new app allows consumers to digitize their voice and thoughts in a legal advance care plan that is secure in the cloud and available 24/7 anywhere in the world.

7 Matric Boys, 3 Tuk Tuks, 3500km of SA road – all for charity

ehospice South Africa
Meet the boys who are currently traveling across South Africa to raise funds for St Franci’s Care Centre in Boksburg, a hospice and Aids care facility.

Have you read the latest articles from the UK edition of ehospice?

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