Building Caring Communities

 

Building Caring Communities

Building Caring Communities

Building Caring Communities

Building Caring Communities

Welcome to Compassionate Neighbours

Compassionate Neighbours is a social movement of trained local people who are empowered to be more compassionate in their local communities. They provide emotional and social support for community members who are isolated and elderly or experiencing chronic or terminal illness.

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why

Why compassionate neighbours?

Why this project is needed

what

What we do

We promote compassion in communities and help people support each other

who

Who we are

St Joseph’s hospice works in collaboration with St Christopher’s hospice to expand the project into other areas

how

How we do it

By growing a social movement of Compassionate Neighbours

facts

What the East London project achieved in 2016/17

Compassionate Neighbours trained and making a difference in their community

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of Compassionate Neighbours feel that their quality of life and community connectivity have increased since getting involved in the project

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Compassionate Neighbours regularly visit someone in their community

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Feel more connected to their local community

where

Our Locations

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St Joseph Hospice

Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets

St Christopher Hospice

Lambeth, Lewisham, Bromley, Southwark, Croydon

North London Hospice

Barnet, Haringey Enfield

Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice

Greenwich & Bexley

St Clare Hospice

West Essex (Harlow, Epping Forest & Uttlesford) Parts of East Herts – mainly Bishops Stortord

The Princess Alice Hospice

Surrey, South West London, Middlesex Elmbridge, Epsom, Ewell, Kingston, Mole Valley, Reigate, Banstead, Richmond, Runnymede, Spelthorne.

Isabel Hospice

East Herts, Broxbourne, Welwyn Hatfield

Garden House Hospice Care

North Herts

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