News

13Apr

Become a Hospice Supporter campaign launched by Hospice Malta

Hospice Malta has launched its ‘Become a Supporter Campaign’, an initiative aimed at encouraging the general public to become Hospice Malta supporters by donating a minimum of €10 a year. Hospice Malta is currently raising funds for St Michael Hospice, a brand-new complex for patients requiring palliative care services. The new facility will enable Hospice Malta to continue to offer and...

07Apr

Hospice services during COVID -19

Hospice services during COVID -19 The Hospice professional team is not visiting patients at their homes to lessen the possibility of transmission of infection. However we are still continuously assessing and advising patients and their relatives through constant telephone communication. Telephone calls to assess and advice regarding the medical and practical aspects of care are carried out by: Nurses Doctors Social workers Physiotherapist Complementary therapist Telephone...

03Apr

Hospice Malta launches lottery with grand prize Volkswagen UP!

Hospice Malta has launched its annual lottery, aimed at raising funds for St Michael Hospice, a brand-new state-of-the-art complex for their patients. A leaflet together with a packet of 25 lottery tickets has been distributed to each household in Malta and Gozo. The general public is being urged to help raise funds by submitting the lottery tickets to Hospice Malta...

26Mar

Women’s Day Celebration in aid of Hospice a huge success

Hospice Malta would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to all those who attended their Women’s Day Celebration at Palazzo Parisio on 6th of March 2020. More than 150 women gathered to celebrate this special day, whilst helping to raise funds for Hospice Malta, an NGO that provides palliative care services free of charge to over 1000 patients annually. Hospice Malta...

31Jan

BOV Partners with Hospice Malta on St Michael Hospice Project

St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art palliative care complex in Malta is being supported by Bank of Valletta. The former Adelaide Cini Institute in Santa Venera, recently handed over to Hospice Malta by the Archdiocese of Malta will see Malta’s first Hospice Complex become a reality and is expected to welcome its first patients by 2021. The property, including the existing...

30Jan

Hospice Malta raise over €48,000

Hospice Malta raised around €48,000 from public donations during their annual church fundraiser organised over two weekends in Malta and Gozo. Hospice Malta is a local NGO that provides and promotes free palliative care for persons suffering from life-limiting illnesses. Maria Gatt, Chairperson at Hospice Malta thanks all those who contributed to collecting this sum. “We mostly rely on the donations of...

30Jan

The two Maltese Rotary Clubs join up to assist St Michael Hospice

The two Maltese Rotary Clubs, Rotary Club Malta and Rotary Club La Valette have joined forces to support Hospice Malta. Their donation will be put towards the establishment of St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art complex in Malta dedicated entirely to providing comprehensive palliative care. “We Rotarians have agreed to provide the furnishings of the sixteen bedrooms at the new St...

18Dec

Hospice Malta receive a considerable donation from The Alfred Mizzi Foundation

Hospice Malta, a voluntary organisation offering its services free of charge, providing and promoting palliative care for those suffering from conditions such as cancer, motor-neuron disease, end-of-life cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver diseases, has just received a donation from The Alfred Mizzi Foundation. The donation will be put towards the establishment of St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art complex in...

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