Every year, Mildmay hosts a Christmas Carol Service and Concert. This year, we are not able to have a live service in person, so we are showing a virtual Carol Service online, open to all.
The service will have music and readings as well as time for quiet reflection.
Please let us know you will be joining us by filling in a couple of details on this form.
Registering your interest in being part of the audience for the service is not essential, but it helps us to know who will be watching:
After the Christmas Service, we may email you from time to time to keep you updated about our work. You can let us know at any time if you don't want this.
We are committed to protecting your privacy, and promise to respect your personal information and do all we can to keep it safe. See our complete privacy notice.
The Carol Service will go live at 6.30pm on 14 December 2020
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Monday 14 December 2020
Help us to bring comfort to those who are in hospital feeling lonely and isolated this Christmas
Every year, Mildmay hospital has many patients who are unable to go home for Christmas. This year, not only are we caring for vulnerable patients with HIV, but also people who are homeless or rough sleeping - some of them are also recovering from COVID-19.
To bring a little light into the lives of our patients this Christmas, we would like to give them Christmas presents; modest gifts and treats like toiletries or nice things to eat... Find out more
Text PUQZ01 to donate
You can make an instant donation of £1, £3, £5 or £10 by texting one of these numbers*
To donate £1
To donate £3
To donate £5
To donate £10
text to 70201
text to 70331
text to 70970
text to 70191
The code stays the same - PUQZ01 - just choose the number for the amount you want to donate.
You can donate online by going to our 'Presents for Patients' donation page*
Scan this QR code with the camera app in your phone to donate by mobile. It couldn't be easier*
You can send a cheque made payable to Mildmay Mission Hospital to:
Christmas Appeal 2020
Mildmay Charity Office
19 Tabernacle Gardens
Please mark your donation: 'Christmas Appeal 2020'
Our social workers, Beverley and Isobel know our patients well and can determine what is needed most and go out and buy it. In this way, everybody will get a little something nice that is also meaningful. Anything left over will go towards the hospital's Hardship Fund to help our patients get back on their feet once discharged.
"Because I like to give to little-known good causes at Christmas and it’s very worthwhile "
"Because I would like to bring someone a bit of happiness, particularly at Christmas, and particularly this Christmas, after a very difficult year. I would be happy to send cards, or something a bit less impersonal, but leave that up to you."
"It is great to now that you are doing such kind things and the people will have hampers to take home and receive a gift."
"It is good to be able to give a present to somebody who may not otherwise get one. Thank you for all you do."
In the UK, state funding only provides about 80% of what Mildmay needs to run our hospital. In Africa, the work we do is funded entirely by charitable donations.
If you would like to make a regular donation to Mildmay, you can find out all you need to know on our Donate page.
We wish you a Happy Christmas and a peaceful and safe New Year.
Donations for the Christmas fund will be used for the purchase of presents and useful items for our patients. Mildmay Mission Hospital needs to raise funds for Presents for Patients and for other charitable purposes.
*Fundraising, payments and donations will be processed and administered by the National Funding Scheme, operating as DONATE, a charity registered in England and Wales (1149800) and Scotland (SC045106). In addition to any text donation, you will incur your standard network message charge (based on your service provider rates).
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