Trusts and Foundations

Here at St Vincent’s Hospice, we are extremely grateful for the fantastic support we receive from charitable trusts and foundations.

Grant funding helps us provide our ongoing services, ensuring we can continue offering the highest quality care to patients and their families from across the neighbouring communities of Renfrewshire and North Ayrshire.

We are hugely grateful for every trust and foundation donation we receive and the huge impact that support has on our ability to continue to provide our services, free of charge, to our patients when they need us most.

If you are looking for inspiration to support us, here are just a few of the amazing things we have been able to achieve thanks to our generous trust and foundation supporters:

  • Essential funding for Inpatient care – ensuring our doctors and nurses can provide the very highest standard of care, free of charge, to patients in their final days.
  • Funding vital Community Nurse Specialist hours, supporting individuals who wish to spend their final moments in the comfort of their own homes.
  • The redevelopment of our Community Hub into a dedicated home for our Day Hospice service.
  • Visits from Music in Hospitals and Care musicians to perform at Day Services and in the Inpatients Unit.
  • Improvements to our fire alarm system, ensuring patient, visitor, and staff safety throughout the Hospice.

We know that we can’t possibly name every trust who has contributed to St Vincent’s Hospice – however, some of our most recent supporters are shown below:

  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • Bank of Scotland Foundation
  • Julia and Hans Rausing Trust
  • Albert Hunt Trust
  • Hugh Fraser Foundation
  • Christina Mary Hendrie Trust
  • Reo Stakis Charitable Foundation
  • Miss MB Reekie’s Charitable Trust
  • Northwick Trust
  • Paisley Community Health Trust
  • February Foundation
  • Dr & Mrs J D Olav Kerr’s Charitable Trust
  • Hospital Saturday Fund
  • B&Q Foundation
  • Screwfix Foundation

We are grateful for each and every gift which helps us deliver care to many local people here at the hospice, through our day services and in their own homes.

Visit us – we’d love to see you!

Whether you are a trustee or connected to someone on a trustee’s board, we warmly invite you to visit us. A visit provides a first-hand look at how grant funding contributes to making a significant difference in the lives of the most vulnerable members of our community. Whether you are interested in our work generally, or would like to support a particular project, this would be a great opportunity for you to see the work we do, meet our dedicated teams and explore new ways of working together.

If you decide to support us, we will provide regular bespoke updates on the areas you have chosen to support, as well as any further updates or information that you would like.

Please get in touch if you would like to learn more – call our Trusts and Foundations Manager on 01505 705635 or email