b'Focus on FundraisingHow are we funded?St Marys Hospice was born to serve our community, often in great times of need. As this edition demonstrates, we oer a wide range of services, wider than most people know but we often get asked where does our money come from?So we ST MARYS INCOME: 4.3M 2020-21:wanted to show youGOVERNMENTGRANTS: 2020-21: ST MARYS INCOME: 4.3M35% INCOME GENERATION BREAKDOWN: OTHER: 2% INCOMEAFFINITY INCOME INVESTMENTS:GENERATION:ACCOUNTUNT:1% TRADING 41% 3%ACTIVITIES: 21% LEGACIES:LOTTERY: : LE CIES: 22% 21%2%GIFT AID: : GIFT AID2%CORPOR GENERAL ORPORATE TE GIVING: DONATIONS: 5% 10%EVENTVENTS, ,IMO: COMMUNITYOMMUNITY:7%7%EVENTVENTS, , HOSPICE: 5% CLUBS &GRANTS: S: SUPPORT T17%GROUPS: 1%Spotlight on Trusts and Grants Over the past year we have had invaluable support from bothwith the toughest of Cumbrian weather and terrain. With an national and local trusts and foundations. We are incrediblyincrease in referrals to our Hospice at Home team, our nurses grateful to all those who have made such a dierence to the carehave been able to support patients and their families across wegive, the Trusts and Foundations we are able to recognise inSouth Lakeland, safe in the knowledge that day or night they can The Voice and those who work quietly behind the scenes toreach and care for even the remotest of patients. support us. We have developed our new sunower garden gratefully assisted The generosity of funders has supported the continued deliveryby HMP Haverigg and sta from Stollers. Funds for the building of core care, the purchase of vital equipment and ongoingmaterials, equipment and the delivery of our associated building maintenance and refurbishment. Support has alsoGardening Bereavement Support Programme were generously enabled us to adapt and enhance our services and develop newawarded by the Town Lands Trust and the Coop Community ones in response to the Covid19 pandemic.Fund. Funding through the Coop was generated by our fantastic community, shopping at our local Coop store.Support from Cumbria Community Foundation ensured we couldcontinue to deliver our core services and respond to increased2020 would have looked very dierent for our patients, their demand in specic areas. Alongside the National Lottery,loved ones and sta without the wonderful support we received Cumbria Community Foundation supported us to increasefrom so many Trusts and Foundations. Bereavement Support with additional sta time and the recruitment and training of six more of our inspirationalLooking excitedly ahead in 2021, we have recently received a bereavement volunteers.grant from Morrisons Foundation to update and transform our tired IPU bathroom to provide a welcoming and relaxing In December just as the wet and cold weather hit, Sir John Fisherhydrotherapy and wellbeing experience for patients. Keep an Foundation came to the rescue of our Hospice at Home nurses,eye on our social media posts for updates, as this wonderful providing a much needed replacement vehicle equipped to cope project unfolds! 13'