How we are funded

Our ‘Outstanding’ services are provided free of charge to patients and their families.

Our aim being to provide the highest quality care, helping people to make every moment count.  

2 female nurses standing next to a big bucket of raffle tickets
Raffles and Lottery
Group of adults and child walking across the road near Fitzwilliam Museum in green t-shirts
Star Shine Night Walk
Children and adults walking through Cambridge College
Bridge the Gap
4 girls and 1 boy holding a tray of cakes sitting on a sofa
Community Fundraisers
Female wearing green jacket and hat arms in the air at the finish line
Female looking at camera
Venue Hire
White table and chairs in a bright space
2 females and male holding a large cheque and smiling at the camera
Corporate Support
Male standing behind a shop counter
Shops and Retail
A hand writing
Gifts in Wills
Green sprouts at the top of a stack of £ pound coins
Regular Giving

Costs and funding

It will cost £12.12 million to run our services in 2023/2024.

Contracted services from the NHS are budgeted at £7.33 million.

With the help of our community, we need to raise a further £4.79 million through donations, fundraising activities, retail sales, The Education and Conference Centre and Bistro. If we fail to meet this target the difference will, reluctantly, have to be taken from our limited reserves.

Sustaining services for people in our community is our focus and therefore we are extremely grateful to everyone who demonstrates their dedication, commitment and generosity and helps protect our reserves for the future. 

Our Charity in Numbers 

Our Charity in numbers

Who we care for

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity supports people in Cambridgeshire living with an advanced serious illness or other life-limiting condition and those who need end-of-life care.

Around 3,600 patients each year are cared for at the Hospice in Cambridge, the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech and in patients’ own homes via the Arthur Rank Community Team –Hospice at Home and The Specialist Palliative Care Home Team. This care supports people to improve their quality of life and fulfil their end of their life choices. 

Clinical Staff at Arthur Rank Hospice holding a Thank you sign

Thank You

Your support helps to continue supporting people in Cambridgeshire living with an advanced serious illness or other life-limiting condition, thank you

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