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Proudly Supporting
Demelza Hospice Care for Children

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The Collaboration Network are proud supporters of Delmezla Hospice Care for Children. 

Demelza's vision is for life to be better for children and young people who have serious or terminal conditions; and for their parents, brothers and sisters, and those who love them, to receive support. 

Their mission is to provide specialist care and emotional support for babies, children, young people and the whole family from diagnosis, during day to day family life, times of crisis, end of life and through bereavement. And to influence the care and support provided by others.


Demelza believe every child and young person who has a serious or terminal condition should receive the care and attention they need to live the most fulfilling life they can, and that they and their families have the opportunity to build memories, for however long they have together.

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Services at Demelza 

Demelza has sites located around the South East of England where they provide a range of services which includes leaving hospital (step down care), symptom management, short breaks in the hospice, care at home, support during pregnancy, family liaison, sibling support, art and music therapy, family events, and more.


Wherever you are, whatever you want to do, and whoever you want to do it with, there are lots of ways you can fundraise for Demelza. The Collaboration Network will be organising fundraising initiatives which members will be able to support.

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Demelza Life Magazine

Download the Autumn 2022 edition of Demelza Life and read more about Henry and his family's story.

This edition of Demelza Life also features a story on our two new Demelza charity shops opening, looking at a new service for bereaved families and how gaming at Demelza helps young people connect. 

Plus, inspirational fundraiser Nurse Francesca took on a challenge of a lifetime when she took on an epic 3,200 mile cycle to visit each one of the 54 children's hospices across the UK. 

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