It couldn't be easier to take part in Quid for Compton 2020!
There's no events, no bake sales, and no sponsored silences this year, and we all know why! Instead, we're asking for as many of our incredible supporters as possible to donate just £1, enabling us to continue to provide our extraordinary care to our patients and their families.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic we currently estimate that we stand to lose around £2.4m, accounting for over 30% of our income. Whilst we've been lucky enough to receive incredible support from the public and have benefited from being able to access government grants and relief, we need your support now more than ever!
Please join our campaign this October and help us raise as many pounds as possible. Turn your spare change into extraordinary care for our patients and their loved ones!
Ways to Donate
How your donation could help
- A donation of £1.79 could purchase 100 aprons, ensuring our staff remain safe and protected whilst caring for your loved ones
- A donation of £10 could fund 6 bags of worry dolls to help the children we support talk about their concerns and anxieties
- A donation of £20 could pay for a patient to attend a session at our Living Well centre
- A donation of £52.50 could pay for a family member to attend a bereavement counselling session
£1 could fund a cup of tea for a familiy member visiting a loved one
£5 could buy a workbook to help a child cope with change and the loss of a loved one
£12 could fund a hot homecooked, 3 course meal for a patient staying with us on our inpatient unit
A gift of £25 provides one hour of hospice care.
Join us for a very special, one off virtual quiz, in aid of Quid for Compton.
Quizmaster Mike will be back on your screens for an hour of testing trivia and top notch banter, as you battle against the rest of #TeamCompton to claim a place on the winners podium!
This time, entry is just £1 per person, and every pound raised will go directly towards helping us providing extraordinary care for our patients and their loved ones.
Quotes from our Service Users
Compton have been great, and I’ve also been told that I can access other services as well if I need to like care in the home for extra support
When I was first referred to Compton, I had no worries at all! I knew all about the place because I’d had friends cared for by them, and I used to visit the coffee shop before it reopened.
Since becoming unwell I really miss my independence, I miss being able to do all of the things that I used to do. That’s where Compton have helped. They’ve built up my confidence and I am so grateful for their support.