A beautiful, hand-carved wooden structure has been created and donated by local business Northwood Yorkshire with leaves of gold, silver and bronze hue – each engraved with the name of someone special.
Saint Michael’s invites you to pay tribute to a friend or loved one, by dedicating a leaf on the Tree of Life. When you make this gift, not only will your leaf be added to the tree in tribute, it will help build a canopy of care for local people living with terminal illness and bereavement.
Your gold, silver or bronze coloured leaf will be engraved with the name of your loved one as a lasting tribute and will be placed on the Tree of Life, symbolising the evergreen love we feel for those who remain a strong part of our lives.
To dedicate a leaf and make your regular gift, please fill in the form below or T: (01423) 878 628.
If you already support Saint Michael’s with a regular gift and would like to increase your amount to dedicate a leaf, please E: email@example.com and we will call you to arrange this.
If you would like to see the tree and spend some time in this peaceful reflective space, you are welcome to visit the hospice gardens. To help us support the safety of those visiting, and our patients and their families, we’d be grateful if you could give us a call ahead of your visit on: (01423) 878 628.
£500 (annual gift), or £50 (monthly gift)
Your gold leaf could mean a patient can spend their final days at our peaceful Harrogate-based hospice.
£250 (annual gift) or £25 (monthly gift)
Your silver leaf could help patients get the care they need around the clock, by ensuring we have enough nurses on shift at our inpatient unit.
£150 (annual gift) or £15 (monthly gift)
Your bronze leaf could help someone living with a terminal illness get the support they need in the comfort of their own home, with a week of visits from Saint Michael's outreach team.
Each annual gift made in memory of someone special is represented by a leaf on our beautiful Tree of Life
By making this regular gift, you are helping create a canopy of care for local people living with a terminal illness, helping Saint Michael's plan more services to help more families where and when they are most needed, today and in the months and years to come.
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