Forget me not bows

This summer we invite you to remember your loved one by dedicating a ribbon in our Forget me not bows appeal.  
In return for your donation, we will send you a blue ribbon for you to write your loved one’s name or a personal message on.  You can then tie your ribbon in your own garden at home, or return it for display in the Hospice gardens, where it will remain until the end of the summer as a tribute to your loved one.
On Friday 14th July, we will be unveiling a beautiful work of art in the Hospice grounds, featuring hand crafted forget me nots made by our Day Therapy patients and members of the local community. You will be invited to come along on the day to tie your bow so that it will be a part of this wonderful art feature.  

We would love you to join us on the day, but if you are unable to make it, you are welcome to come along at any time up until Friday 1st September to add your bow to the display.
 
ITV Calendar news presenter, Gaynor Barnes, visited the Hospice recently and we are delighted that she is supporting the appeal.  "Such a warm welcome awaits everyone who comes through the doors of The Prince of Wales Hospice.   I am delighted to support this year's Forget me not bows appeal, as it is so important we remember those who are no longer with us.”

There is no set donation amount for forget me not bows, you choose how much you would like to give.  Your gift will ensure our patients receive the very best quality of care when they need it the most.  Thank you.

Make your forget me not bows donation the start of a tribute fund to remember your loved one.  FInd out more here, or e-mail agiblin@pwh.org.uk

If you would like to help out by making forget me nots for the display, download the knitting/crochet pattern.

Make your donation now.
Please quote "BOWS" in the reason for donation box.


 
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