Each year we need to raise £7million to run our whole service and deliver our plans. We receive less than 10% of our income from Government.
Each year Naomi House receives a Government grant of £330,000, which usually goes towards paying for doctors’ services and fundamental medicines for our patients. Although this funding goes some way towards providing a stable stream of income for our most essential services, unfortunately it is not enough to help maintain the annual running of the hospices.
Fundraising initiatives are also used to support the general running of the hospices, as well as helping to raise money that can finance activities that will significantly enhance the short lives of the children who come to stay with us.
Life-limited children are often not expected to reach adulthood, but some may still be affected by their conditions for over twenty years. Naomi House makes a long-term commitment to the families that require our services, and so we need to be sure that we have enough funds to allow our doors to always remain open to them.
You can read our summarised financial statements on the Charity Commission website.
If you would like to read more about our achievements, download our most recent Annual Reviews here: