A message from our Chief Executive, Chris Wheway
This year has been a very difficult year for us all. It’s been the year of the pandemic and everything in our lives has been impacted on; our work, our home, personal life. It has been an extremely challenging year for us all at St Barnabas Hospice.
I’d really like to say thank you to all the people who have supported us throughout this last year. One of the most outstanding donations was the donation of PPE, which has enabled our staff and volunteers to stay safe and supported. Without the public’s support in this last year, we would not have survived. But we have, and we have continued to deliver the hospice approach to care throughout this very difficult and challenging year, so thank you.
The coming year is going to be about how we as an organisation live with the virus. It’s not going to go away; it’s going to be about how we cope and how we become more sustainable and resilient to working in this environment.
I look forward to the year ahead, working with our brilliant staff, volunteers and community, and I look forward to celebrating our 40 years of operation within Lincolnshire, which we really couldn’t have done without support from our community, staff and volunteers.