Hospice Malta appeals for donations through their fundraising Sunflower Campaign

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 September, 2021 at 7:54 pm by Andre Camilleri

Hospice Malta has launched its annual Sunflower Campaign fundraiser for 2021; a call to the general public to help raise funds for the NGO that provides free palliative care.

The NGO reports that in 2020 more than 1,300 patients and their families benefitted from Hospice services. Hospice offers tailor made care plans designed around each patient’s needs and includes continuous medical, psychological, social, and spiritual support delivered through a multidisciplinary team of professionals. The provision of such services is completely free of charge and thus rely heavily on public support.

Leaflets with information about the campaign, as well as details on how to donate, are being distributed to all households in Malta and Gozo.

The general public is being urged to help raise funds and make a difference in the lives of so many patients and their families. Information on the various modes for donations is below:

Visit www.hospicemalta.org to donate online.

Send a blank SMS to any of these numbers:

5061 8100 €4.66        5061 9234 €11.65     7993 3894 BOV Mobile

Make a donation directly to Hospice Malta:

BOV IBAN No. MT30VALL22013000000010210645012

HSBC IBAN No. MT66MMEB44118000000011089901051

APS IBAN No. MT71APSB77057001198311198310019

LOM IBAN No. MT28LBMA05000000000001440104108

BNF IBAN No. MT49BNIF1450200000000003565181

Donations will allow Hospice Malta to continue helping patients and their families by allowing them to provide their range of services including Home Care, Daily Therapy Unit, HydroTherapy, Bereavement Support, Care Assistant Services, Loan of Specialised Equipment, After Hours On-Call services and Patient Transport as well as help in the building of the new Hospice complex – St. Michael Hospice is expected to open its doors in late 2022.

Founded in 1989, Hospice Malta’s primary role is to provide and promote palliative care services to patients suffering from cancer, motor-neuron disease, cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver diseases.

For more information on how you can help Hospice help those who need it most, visit www.hospicemalta.org or call (+356) 21440085.

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