1960s Burger & Boogie evening

What a swell party that was... and we raised over £5000 for Hospice Ethiopia! Many thanks to everyone who came to the ‘Burger & Boogie 60s-style’ night for Hospice Ethiopia on June 15th.  Now that the dust has settled we can reveal that the event raised over £5,000, which is a fabulous effort and testament … Continue reading 1960s Burger & Boogie evening

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Upcoming event

1960’s style Burger ‘n’ Boogie Saturday 15th June 2019 At The Mill House, Keswick, Norwich By kind permission of Lord & Lady Dannatt in aid of Hospice Ethiopia 2 course meal + dancing+ auction of promises+ raffle from 7pm Tickets: £35 (£30 early bird bookings before May 1st) Tickets from: Clare Glenn 01263 734853 or … Continue reading Upcoming event

Successful fundraising in November & December 2018

We had a number of successful events to round off 2018; in particular the Big Give, which ran from 27th November to 4th December. We had hoped to raise £8,000 which meant we needed our donors to give £4,000 which would then be matched to raise £8,000. In fact, our donors gave £5,007 (£4,000 of which … Continue reading Successful fundraising in November & December 2018

Certificate from Ethiopian government

Hospice Ethiopia UK has received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Ethiopian Ministry of Health for its work in “Supporting the planning and implementation of pain and palliative care services in Ethiopia”. This is a great step forward in the Ethiopian Government recognising the importance and relevance of palliative care. Without our supporters none of this … Continue reading Certificate from Ethiopian government

January update

We've just had the quarterly report (for October-December 2017) from Hospice Ethiopia director, Ephrem.  We were thrilled to read that following a visit to HE towards the end of last year,  Ethiopiaid (based in Bath, UK) has given them £28,600! More about Ethiopiaid can be found on their website: http://ethiopiaid.org.uk/ Ephrem has been awarded a bursary and confirmed … Continue reading January update