Find out about our charity partners in the USA and the work they are doing fundraising for our work providing palliative care services and hospices in Romania, Serbia, Moldova and Albania
In the countries where we work the vast majority of people with terminal or life-limiting illness do not receive proper care at the end of their lives. They are left to die without their pain and symptoms being treated and without any emotional or spiritual support.
Since we first started our work, access to free hospice care in South East Europe has significantly improved and we have helped more than 40,000 patients and their families.
But there is still a long way to go and access to hospice care is still extremely limited.
We work with several country partners to ensure as many people as possible receive the hospice care they need. Their expertise means that high quality services are delivered to patients and their local knowledge allows us to liaise more effectively with national organisations to achieve national strategies on end of life care.
The nature of the partnership varies from country to country but our values and those of the Hospice movement are adopted by our country partners.
Find out more about our work providing hospice care in Serbia, alongside our country partners BELhospice
Find out more about our work providing hospice care in Romania, alongside our country partners Hospice Casa Sperantei and Hospice Emanuel, Oradea
Find out more about our work providing hospice care in Moldova, alongside our country partners Hospice Aripile Sperantei (Wings of Hope), Hospice Angelus (Soroca), Hospice Angelus (Ocnita), Hospice Taraclia and the Cahul project – joint project with local state hospital
Find out more about our work providing hospice care in Albania, alongside our country partners Ryder Albania, ABC Health and the Mary Potter Palliative Care Center