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The Fundraising Partnership is a cause led face-to-face fundraising company. It is an honour and a privilege to work on behalf of such amazing charities and to be able to help them make a difference.
All of us are passionate about and devoted to our charities. It is a key motivation for why our fundraiser’s apply and then fulfil the job of a face-to-face fundraiser.

Please read on and watch the videos to find out about this amazing charity and the impact they have. Your next job could be raising the funds that they need to make such a difference in your local community.

Welcome to Children's Hospice South West


At Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) we help and support children, young people and their families who are living with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. Every day is dedicated to making the most of every moment. Because life is unpredictable, we are here day and night, all year long - whenever we are needed.

All the times that matter

Our care at Children's Hospice South West

These 2 videos give a great sense of what CHSW does and the difference it makes.

Children's Hospice South West - Family montage

Information for healthcare professionals

Children’s Hospice South West was founded in 1991 by Eddie and Jill Farwell after they experienced for themselves the urgent need for hospice care for children in the South West. Children's Hospice South West now provides care for over 500 families in the South West. This care is delivered through three hospices which are centres of excellence and through outreach in the community.


We make a real difference

It costs around £11million to run the 3 hospices each year and we rely almost entirely on voluntary contributions. So, with little government funding, we rely on the generosity of our supporters to deliver our promise to ‘make the most of short and precious lives across the South West’.

See the infographic below & the video about the difference CHSW made to the Crowe family


CHSW is the only children’s hospice in the South West. Our services are free to families who need us because we believe that nothing should get in the way of very sick children receiving the very best care. Below is a brief introduction to the care we provide and on the right, a more detailed and very interesting explanation of what is involved in providing children’s hospice care.

You can be a vital part of helping Children’s Hospice South West raise the money that it needs to be able to support local families.  Being a face-to-face fundraiser for Children’s hospice South West is a tremendously worthwhile job where you can help your local community and have good work-life balance. Click on the links below to continue your journey with us.

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