The Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust was set up as a direct response to the needs of local people living with cancer. The experiences of General Practitioners, Macmillan nurses and hospital staff identified the need for a facility for the care and support of those with life-threatening illnesses in North Liverpool. The Day Hospice was opened in 1996, the Out-Patient Unit in 2005, and a fifteen bed In-Patient unit in 2009.
Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust. Registered charity No. 1048934
AUH Campus, Longmoor Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside L9 7LA
We are a small Liverpool based charity who rely solely on public donations and fundraising events.
We have a dedicated team who are committed to sourcing available funds and offering their fundraising expertise to enable us to help children and their families deal with the stress and strain of living with cancer and to access treatment abroad.
The Simon Community has been working since 1963 to alleviate the isolation of people sleeping rough, provide a place where they can gain a sense of belonging and foster the skills they need to move towards independent living.
We are a community of homeless people and volunteers living and working together in a spirit of love, acceptance, tolerance and understanding.
We aim to reach out to support and campaign for people who are experiencing homelessness, and particularly those for whom no other provision exists.
Macmillan are millions of people affected by cancer, supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners. Together we are all Macmillan.
Macmillan’s ambition is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer and to inspire millions of others to do the same.
Macmillan’s research helps us, and others, understand the needs, numbers and experiences of people affected by cancer, to develop and influence better care and services.
Julia's House in Wiltshire
Three years ago, we launched a small home-based respite care service to families of life-limited children in south Wiltshire. Despite living just a few miles over the Dorset border, where we have provided our award-winning care for more than a decade, these families had no access to frequent support.
The Clatterbridge Cancer Cetntre
From ten operating sites across Merseyside and Cheshire we treat over 27,000 patients with solid tumours and blood cancers annually a year, offering pioneering chemotherapy, radiotherapy and proton therapy treatments.
We bring together high-quality clinical services, research and academic excellence to drive forward the development of new leading edge drugs and therapies and provide the best specialist care for patients.
I am very happy to say that we raised £93,600,00 for various charities including The Woodlands Hospice, Charlie's Chance Foundation, Bradley Lowery Fight, Simon Community, McMillan, Julia's House Children's Hospice and Clatterbridge, but it was all worth the time and the freezing temperatures as after the first full season of fundraising in my pants I was honoured to be nominated at the Echo Awards and then I was absolutely overwhelmed to be shortlisted for the Pride of Britain, and then my creme de la creme of nominations was for the Everton fan the year, It was the Everton fans who voted for me to be fan of the year and that is why it means that little bit more to me.
Here are details of just some of the charities that have benefited from donations by Speedo Mick.