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Could you raise funds for Martlets? Find out how you get going here.
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Shop online

Support Martlets by buying from our online charity shops.
Shop today

At the heart of our community

Support our nurses to keep caring by donating today
Donate

Join our lottery

Play with purpose for a chance to win every Friday.
Start playing

Take part

Could you raise funds for Martlets? Find out how you get going here.
Get started

Join our lottery

Play with purpose for a chance to win every Friday.
Start playing

At the heart of our community

Support our nurses to keep caring by donating today
Donate today

Shop online

Support Martlets by buying from our online charity shops.
Shop today

Let's keep in touch - your support changes lives

We help people do the things they love with the time they have. But we’re only able to do this with your generous support.

That’s why we would like to keep you informed of our latest news, future fundraising activities, appeals and other ways in which you can support us.


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Events for Dying Matters Week

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The focus of this year’s Dying Matters Week (10 – 16 May) is the importance of ‘a good place to die’. Local projects and events offering support and advice are happening across the city, most of them online via video conferencing.

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Are you willing?

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We rely on the generosity of local people to fund our services and 1 in 3 of our patients is cared for thanks to gifts in wills. Gus Ferguson explains why he’s chosen to remember Martlets in his will


Martlets Hospice is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4745

You must be at least 18 years of age to play Martlets lottery and resident in England, Scotland or Wales. It is an offence under the Gambling Act 2005 for an underage person to play or attempt to play our lottery.