• 1
    FACILITATING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR HOSPICE STAFF
  • 2
    MAKING A DIFFERENCE TO THE LIVES WE TOUCH
  • 3
    SUPPORTING FAMILIES AND IMPROVING LIVES
  • 4
    COMFORT DIGNITY AND UNDERSTANDING
  • 5
    SUPPORT OUR SUMMER SITE, FACILITIES AND TRAINING
  • 6
    CREATING SPECIAL MEMORIES
  • 7
    SUPPORTING EACH MEMBER OF THE FAMILY
  • 8
    PROVIDING END OF LIFE CARE
  • 9
    £30 WILL PAY FOR A MEDICAL TEAM TO VISIT A CHILD

EVENTS

A physical challenge to fund physiotherapy at BCH. Trustees and friends try to scale 3 peaks. Read more and sponsor them here.

NEWS

Deb and Pam have just returned from BCH. Read the news and watch how a special chair transformed a little boy's life here.

FUNDRAISERS

The winning number in August's 100 Club draw is 13 and the prize is £40.  Find out more and about how you could join here.

New Children’s Palliative Care Centre

There are approximately 3,000 children in Belarus in need of palliative care. The Belarusian Children’s Hospice can care for up to 250 of these per year and its branches in Gomel and other cities care for 30-40 more. There is still so much more to be done!

In 2011 the President of Belarus allocated a plot of land to BCH in the Minsk suburb of Baravlyany to build a bigger hospice.

BCH, under the pro-bono guidance of one of Belarus’ leading architectural and construction companies A-100, is now raising £4mn to build a new children’s palliative care centre designed by a Belarusian firm of architects to western standards. The new centre will enable many more children to be cared for both at home and as in-patients at the new hospice. It will have ten beds for children and their parents will be able to live at the hospice in guest flats. There will be a day centre, physiotherapy facilities, psychological support services, medical and other treatment rooms and a well-appointed training and resource centre. The Centre will co-ordinate the development of the children’s palliative care strategy for the Republic of Belarus.