Entries by Robert Maltby

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BLOG: A little thank you, goes a long way

Our staff and volunteers are at the heart of St Luke’s, they work in an environment some may find challenging, to ensure everybody in our community has the support and compassionate care they need when facing a terminal illness. With Plymouth basking in the Summer heatwave, our senior managers took time out to say thank […]

BLOG: we have a winner!

Thanks to you, our incredible caring community the St Luke’s lottery raises just under £1million of the £10million it costs to run our charity every year. That’s a lot of care for the price of a coffee! Every week 14,700 of you play our lottery, all hoping to win the weekly top prize of £1,000 […]

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PR: Government will not fund hospices to match the NHS pay award, resulting in an estimated shortfall of £1.6million for Devon’s four hospices

Government will not fund hospices to match the NHS pay award, resulting in an estimated shortfall of £1.6million for Devon’s four hospices. Four hospices in Devon have warned that a lack of government funding could leave them struggling to recruit and retain nursing staff, putting a strain on funding and potentially leaving vital front line […]

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BLOG: Happy 70th Birthday NHS from St Luke’s

The National Health Service is turning 70 on 5 July 2018. It’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions, to appreciate the vital role the service plays in our lives, and to recognise and thank the extraordinary NHS staff – the everyday heroes – who are there […]

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BLOG: Volunteer at our most electric event

In just under a month, one of St Luke’s flagship events – our popular Neon Midnight Walk – will see hundreds of ladies band together to light up the night as they stride the streets in aid of our charity. We need your help to ensure it’s a night to remember! Could you give a […]

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BLOG: Easyfundraising with St Luke’s

Great news! At no cost to you, you can now help our care reach more people who desperately need it simply by doing everyday shopping online at retailers including, but not limited to, Amazon, M&S, John Lewis, ASOS and Argos. We’re registered with easyfundraising, a great site with over 3,300 big name retailers. Each time […]