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Telephone: 01704 544645
Address: Town Lane, Southport, PR8 6RE


Small change makes a big difference...

Here at Queenscourt we find that every donation, no matter how small, contributes towards maintaining our service of care which is incredibly important to so many people. So, if you ever find yourself with a handful of pennies and think ‘that’s not enough to make a difference’, please do think again!

In one year £37,732 was raised through donations of £10 or less – so every single penny you give makes a huge difference to the care we can provide. 

If you’re a local shop, restaurant, garage or pub, we will happily drop off your collection box and all you need do is place it somewhere your staff and customers can see it and watch the coins roll in! This is an ideal method of giving for those who find themselves jangling around with a purse or wallet full of small change and can work anywhere whether it’s the front counter or the staff room. We’ll always send you an acknowledgement when your box is returned, which helps you to keep track of the difference you and your colleagues are making to Queenscourt.

If you don’t want a box for your workplace but would like to do your bit at home, our special Queenscourt Home Boxes are the perfect charitable piggy bank! It really is amazing how quickly they fill up when you pop in your odd pennies and loose change. Once your box gets full, you can either count up the amount and write a cheque out to the Hospice or drop the full box into our reception to be counted by our lovely volunteers! Again, we’ll be sure to thank you for your donation and let you know how much you raised.

The seemingly small gesture of dropping a few coins in a box helps us to make a massive difference to our patients and their families each year.
If you are interested in learning more about our collection boxes, or would like to request one, please feel free to contact the fundraising team either by telephone on 01704 517420 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.