Who we are 

Midhurst Palliative Care CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) raises funds to enable the Midhurst Macmillan Service to provide its community-based, consultant-led specialist palliative care service to patients across Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex.  

Whilst the name of the charity may be new, everything about this valuable and much loved service remains the same. All fundraising will help local patients who have a life-limiting illness receive specialist care in the community.

The charity's mission is to ensure that sufficient funds continue to be raised annually to sustain and develop the Midhurst Macmillan Service.

We need to raise £500,000 a year to match NHS funding and we value your support.

Thank you for all the care, kindness and support you gave my father and the whole family, we are unbelievably grateful.
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Our Mission

We seek to provide the best possible care to those who have life-limiting illnesses. Our aim, wherever it fits with the patient's wishes, is to treat people in their own homes.

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Get Involved

Do you have some spare time? Would you like to join a great team of volunteers?
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Donate now

Every penny helps us to ensure that we can help local people live the best life they can.

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Our charity shop

Can you help and donate to the shop

We urgently need your spring donations to re-stock the shop after Christmas.  

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Our charity shop

We're back in time for Christmas!

The shop is back at 65 North Street after a comprehensive refurbishment.  We have a load of new stock to entice you - shop to support the Midhurst Macmillan Service!

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Pooh and Piglet do their bit

Having sat in an attic for years, forgotten but not unloved, Winnie the Pooh and Piglet were rescued by Sue Beavis of The 3 Horseshoes and within half an hour of sitting on a bench at the pub had found a new home, with a donation of £50 to Midhurst Palliative Care.  

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Midhurst Palliative Care

Funding the Midhurst Macmillan Service