Sue Ryder Care


Sue Ryder Care supports people with a wide range of neurological diseases and life-limiting illnesses, as well as their families, carers and friends both in this country and abroad. We work in the community, for the community, with the community. The range of services include long-term and respite residential care, day care centres and home care.

Sue Ryder Care supports people with complex illnesses and conditions including Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Huntington's Disease, Brain Injury and Dementia. We are dedicated to helping the people we care for get the best from life through our specialist hospice, neurological and home care services. Our vision - 'Care that liberates lives' - means that we care for the whole of a person's needs be they medical, social, psychological, physical or spiritual. We also offer support to their families.

Sue Ryder Care is reliant on the generosity of the public to continue caring each year, both through vital donations and the purchases they make from our 400 shops.

Doll's houses and accessories already help us raise invaluable funds, and so we are delighted to launch the Hickleton Collectors' Club. It's a great fun way for you to help make a real difference to the lives of people who need our care.

Our Funding
Sue Ryder Care Centres are funded partly by Social Services and Health Authorities, but these cannot cover the full cost of the care we offer. The rest is met by legacies, donations, fundraising and income from our 430 shops. There are several ways you can donate to the charity today and if you are a UK taxpayer, you can add 28% to your donation at no extra cost through the Gift Aid Scheme.  Click on our logo to go to our web page to make a secure on line donation or if you would rather send us a cheque, please make it out to Sue Ryder Care and send it to Sue Ryder Care, Donor Care, FREEPOST, LON20634, London, WC1B 5BR.


Contact Information

Sue Ryder Care

41 Bridge Street

Tel: 01706 829007