Welcome to Foyle Hospice 
Celebrating 30 years providing Specialist Palliative Care in the North West



Foyle Hospice, situated by the River Foyle in Derry/Londonderry, provides palliative and end-of-life care for patients suffering from Cancer.  Patients with other life-limiting illnesses such as Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson's Disease and COPD are also cared for.

As a registered charity, care to patients and their families is free of charge and we depend on the generosity of our local community to raise the approximate £2.8 million that is currently required annually to maintain our essential services.

Foyle Hospice is registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland: NIC 100871

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Forthcoming Events

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The Year Of The Hero

The Year Of The Hero

1st January 2016

Foyle Hospice Honoured…

 Foyle Hospice Honoured With The Queen’s Award For Voluntary Service For 2016

2nd June 2016

Female Walk/run 2016

Female Walk/run 2016

12th June 2016

Croagh Patrick/famine…

Croagh Patrick/famine Way Walk

10th September 2016

Male Walk/run 2016

Male Walk/run 2016

25th September 2016

Dublin Marathon 2016

Dublin Marathon 2016

30th October 2016

Community News & Fundraising

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Palliative Care Conference 2016

Staff Nurses Monica Cunningham & Anne Marie Casey showcasing excellent practice in Palliative Care at the European Palliative Care Conference in Dublin.
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Foyle Hospice holds Art Exhibition…

As part of the hospices…
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Foyle Hospice Leads Northern Ireland’s…

A group of volunteers from Derry/Londonderry have become the first in Northern Ireland to be trained as part of a Compassionate Communities pilot project aiming to reach out to people who have become…
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Enjoying a Well-Earned Break

There are many reasons why people volunteer to help in the hospice gardens – to give something back, to share their expertise, to learn new gardening skills, to belong to a fantastic team. Their…
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Foyle Hospice reveals new Compassionate…

{gallery:65} Plans for a North West Compassionate Communities project led by Foyle Hospice working with Integrated Care Partnership After a period of sustained discussion with…
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Invista Garden Volunteering

Invista Staff Volunteering Invista staff visiting Foyle Hospice for their annual volunteering day in our gardens. Once again they…
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2015 - Celebrating 30years of…

Trustees, staff and patients, both past and present, gathered at Foyle Hospice to launch a year of 30th Anniversary celebrations!! This marks the beginning of numerous events that will take place…
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