Rennie Grove Hospice Care is a charity providing care and support for adults and children in Herts and Bucks diagnosed with life-limiting illness. Through our unique 24/7 responsive hospice at home service and a range of day services we make it possible for patients to choose how and where they want to be cared for towards the end of life. The support we provide for families both during the illness and after bereavement is an integral part of our care.
Rennie Grove Hospice Care was formed in 2011 when two hospice charities - Iain Rennie Hospice at Home and Grove House - joined forces. In 2015, Rennie Grove Hospice Care marked 30 years of caring
for patients and families in Herts and Bucks. Find out more about the history
of both charities and how we came together to become Rennie Grove.
Our Vision is that every adult and child with life-limiting illness can choose how they want to be cared for knowing they will receive exceptional specialist palliative care. Read more about our mission, values and goals.
How We Are Funded
We rely heavily on public support to raise around 85% of our annual running costs. It is the generosity of people like you that allows us to help all the families who need us. Read more about how you can help us to raise funds and find out where the money goes.
You and people like you are among our greatest assets. Our supporters, staff and amazing volunteers all contribute to the success of Rennie Grove Hospice Care. We value everyone's contribution and aim to support and develop all our people in their work. Find out more about our people
Our strategic plan identifies the strategic direction that we wish to take between the years 2016-19. We set ourselves goals and work out ways in which we measure our achievements. Read our strategy here and download our latest and archived accounts. You can also read more about our fundraising promise.
We update the website regularly with our latest news stories to keep you informed with everything that goes on at Rennie Grove Hospice Care. View our latest news stories.