Hospice Malta is launching a national fundraising campaign to build on its excellent work.
The charity – which provides care to terminally ill patients in Malta and Gozo – will make an appeal to the public on the television programme Xarabank on Good Friday.
Maria Gatt from Hospice Malta told 89.7 Bay: ‘We believe that our patients are unique and valued individuals, and as Hospice Malta, our main aim is to preserve their independence, dignity and quality of life.
‘We offer their families and friends an environment where they feel accepted and safe whilst providing them the support needed during the patient’s illness and during the time of bereavement.
‘Our future plans include the setting up and running of a complex dedicated entirely to providing free comprehensive palliative care to our patients.
‘This complex will be Malta’s first facility that will significantly enhance the present palliative care services to patients in their own homes and communities.’
Founded in 1989, Hospice Malta’s primary role is to provide palliative care services to patients suffering from cancer, motor-neuron disease, end-of-life cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver diseases.
Help us evolve into St. Michael's Hospice to provide better community services and palliative care.Learn more here https://hospicemalta.org/st-michaels-hospice/
Publiée par Hospice Malta sur Mardi 19 juin 2018