Weldmar Hospicecare is a Dorset charity providing specialist end of life care for adults with a life limiting illness. Our compassionate approach supports patients and their families in the community, at home, and in our hospice. All of our care is provided free.
We have a dedicated team of nurses, doctors, therapists, social workers and counsellors, but only 21% of our funds are provided by the NHS – the rest is raised for our Dorset charity thanks to the support of the local community.
Our aim is to ensure all adults needing end of life care in Dorset have access to excellent services, delivered when they are needed, meeting individual needs of patients and their loved ones.
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Get your Weldmar Christmas cards today!
Our popular range of Christmas cards is available to buy right here, or in any of our shops and outlets across Dorset.
You can also pick up your 2023 Weldmar calendars and diaries.Visit our Online Shop now
There for you through life’s most difficult journey
Leaving a gift to Weldmar Hospicecare in your Will – and how to write a free online Will today
We are able to look after one in three of our patients thanks to gifts left to us in Wills.
It’s a very special way of helping to ensure that we are here to support families in Dorset in years to come. Would you consider leaving an affordable gift in your Will?
Join our team
Weldmar Hospicecare is hiring across a number of our departments, including clinical and nursing, through to catering, fundraising, and retail.
Your donation really makes a difference
Whether you spend £1 on one of our lottery tickets or you pledge to leave a gift in your Will, your donation will make a difference to patients with life limiting illnesses in Dorset, and their loved ones.
Palliative Care Education and Training for Dorset
Weldmar Hospicecare is committed to ensuring that those who need excellent palliative care in Dorset have access to it, and so we have a range of education and training courses available.
Did you know...
patients and loved ones in Dorset received our care last year
is how much we need to raise every day to provide our services
of the care we provide is in the community and patients' own homes