Compton Hospice - Jaki Graham | The Official Website
'I am honoured to have been asked to be Ambassador for Compton Hospice. I lost my own father to Cancer when I was only 10 and some of my last memories were of visiting him in a hospice whilst he was being looked after in his final stages. I also lost my mother to cancer when I was 28. Having lived in Wolverhampton for 28 years, and living only a couple of miles from the Hospice, Compton has actually cared for some of my dearest friends over the years, via the nurses who provide home-care'.
'For the amount of hard work everyone at Compton Hospice does, not only for those who are ill but also to support the families of those suffering, I can't think of a more worthwhile charity I feel privileged to be able to help and offer my support to in any way I know how! God bless everyone who has been touched by and will continue to be helped by such a great charity.'
Compton Hospice has been supporting patients facing a life-limiting illness, and their families, for 30 years.
Their purpose is to make a difference to people’s lives when their illness is no longer curable.
They do this by treating people, not conditions, whether their needs are physical, psychological, social or spiritual.