We are hosting Donor Appreciation Mornings at both Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith to show you first-hand how generous donors change the lives of local children.

At our Donor Appreciation Mornings, we will share with you our aspirations for the future and introduce you to some of the children and families who are already benefitting from the generosity of the communities we serve.

Reserve your place for Hope House Donor Appreciation Morning on Thursday 2nd November

Reserve your place for Tŷ Gobaith Donor Appreciation Morning on Thursday 9th November

After visiting the hospices and seeing first-hand the amazing care and support that children receive as a direct result of his regular donations, our supporter David Rowe very generously decided to leave us a gift in his will.

“I am not originally from the area, but there have always been connections to children’s charities in my family,” said David, 77.

“I started by making donations from history talks I gave in the Mold area before making regular donations. 

“But after visiting the hospices and seeing the incredible work that is done there, when it came around to renewing my will I decided that I wanted to leave a larger gift in my will to help the children and families that need the care.”

David, who lives with his with Judith, says leaving a gift in his will means he can leave a lasting legacy.

“When the time does come, I will be glad to know that something good will come from it,” he said. 

“I am fortunate to be able to be in a position to leave something in my will and it’s actually quite nice to know that once I have gone, I will still be able to contribute to help making sure that children and families who really need this vital care can still get access to it in the future.”