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When you fundraise for The Pepper Foundation, you are helping to provide vital hospice at home care for children with life-limiting conditions in Herts and Bucks

Donate to the Pepper Foundation

The Pepper Foundation relies on voluntary donations, community fundraising events and corporate partnerships to help fund the children’s nursing service.  By supporting Pepper, you will be allowing children with complex health needs to be nursed at home, helping them to enjoy the best quality of life possible, however short that life may be.

The care and support provided by The Children’s Hospice at Home Team is free of charge at patients’ own homes and is unique in this area. The service is available to families 365 days a year.

During 2020/2021, the Children’s Hospice at Home Team spent over 3000 hours providing clinical care for children. The team cared for 67 patients, made 738 home visits, and made 3,607 telephone calls to patients, carers, and other healthcare professionals, ensuring that all children and their families receive seamless, consistent, and high-quality specialist care at all times.

If you would like to find out how the service helps real people, can read stories about families that receive care from the Children’s Hospice at Home Team.

So how could your donations be used to support families and children?
  • £30 pays for one hour of specialist nursing care for a baby, child, or young person, supporting them to be cared for in their own home
  • £75 would fund a respite visit to give parents a chance to take time for themselves or give other children in the family some dedicated attention
  • £85 pays for a blood pressure monitor for a child, ensuring that nurses can check for changes in their condition.


You can choose your type of fundraising below, or get in touch with the team today. Call us on 01442 507324 to get started on making a real difference to local children’s lives.