24hr care, 365 days a year
The Pepper Foundation is a small charity raising money to help fund children’s hospice at home nursing care in Bucks and Herts. The funds we raise, support nurses providing specialist paediatric care for children with life limiting or life-threatening conditions. Care is provided free of charge in patients own homes and is unique in this area as it is available 24 hours a day, all year round.
The Children’s Hospice at Home nursing team and the service they provide is managed by Rennie Grove Hospice Care, and as well as nursing care for the children, they offer practical advice for parents and emotional support for siblings and other family members. In giving children the choice to be cared for at home, surrounded by the people and things they love, the aim is to ensure their lives are as happy and comfortable as possible
The Pepper Foundation
There are over 49,000 babies, children and young people in the UK who live with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition and the number of referrals are rising year on year. Therefore, the care that is provided by the Children’s Hospice at Home service is vital to help support the families who are affected and living with these conditions every day. The Pepper Foundation raises funds specifically for the children’s nursing service as we believe that patients and families living with complex health needs should be able to enjoy the best quality of life possible, however short that life may be.
Our fundraising superstars!
We rely on the generosity of our local community to enable us to continue to raise funds to support the Children’s Hospice at Home Team. To find out more about how you can become a Fundraising Superstar please contact Sarah O’Brien or Ruth Proudfoot on 01442 507324 – they would love to hear from you!
Upcoming Fundraising Events
Angela Tillotson and her daughter Megan, 7, are both having their beautifully long hair cut for donations to the Pepper Foundation! The duo will also donate the hair to another charity who make wigs for children undergoing cancer treatments. They chose to raise funds...read more