Our promise to you, so we can continue to do what we do.

For almost 50 years, St Ann’s Hospice has been working hard with the support of our local communities to ensure patients with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses are cared for through what is, for many, an extremely vulnerable time in their life.

Our Services

St Ann’s Hospice is proud to provide the best quality of life by meeting the unique physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of people with a life-limiting illness, whilst maintaining their dignity.

We provide specialist palliative care for people with life-limiting illnesses, right from the point of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond, as well as supporting relatives, carers and friends.

Your Stories

It’s our purpose to provide care and support to people living with life-limiting illnesses, and many of those people we have cared for have shared their stories and experiences on our St Ann’s Hospice website.

How you can get involved

To our patients, we are more than just a charity, and every donation, fundraising event and sign-up to our weekly lottery helps us to continue to provide outstanding care and support to both patients and their loved ones. Now, more than ever, we need your help to maintain our services to our patients. Click this link to find out how you can get involved and help our hospice.

St Ann’s Hospice is an independent charity that provides much-needed care to people affected by life-limiting illnesses, whilst also providing support to their families, friends and carers. Our hospice is one of the oldest in the UK, having delivered outstanding specialist care for almost half a century.

Our hospice offers care to those who need it most, supporting them in the heart of the community, and working tirelessly as we strive to provide world-class care to not only our patients but to their families, friends and carers too.

Throughout the year, we usually host many large-scale fundraising events and other activities that help us to continue to provide the same outstanding care. Sadly, the current climate has financially impacted our hospice, with many events postponed or cancelled.

The adaption of the Manchester Midnight Walk to a virtual event now means everyone can get involved from the comfort of their home, over a month-long period, allowing you and your family to do it your own way.

This June, join #TeamStAnns and our supportive community with our Manchester Virtual Walk.