Princess Alice Hospice looking for post-Christmas generosity

Helping out: The hospice relies on donations to provide care

Helping out: The hospice relies on donations to provide care

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter - Richmond and Twickenham

Kind-hearted people are being asked to continue the season of goodwill into January and donate any unwanted Christmas gifts to Princess Alice Hospice.

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and unwanted clothing, books, DVDs or bric-a-brac can help the hospice to provide free, holistic palliative care.

The hospice will gladly receive any donations and will sell the goods in its 35 charity shops.

The Esher hospice is also launching an appeal for businesses and organisations to host a Princess Alice Hospice Donation Station for their staff to donate items.

Staff from the hospice will set up the pop-up Donation Station and supply individual donation bags for staff to take home, fill up and return to the donation station. The hospice will then collect the goods when it is full.

To find out more about the Princess Alice Hospice shops and donation stations, visit

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