Friends of Emanuel Hospice is a small, registered charity with big dreams for the future! 

We exist to raise funds and awareness for Emanuel Hospice in Oradea, Romania, one of the first Hospices in this region.

Emanuel Hospice itself was founded in 1996 by a team of dedicated Romanian Christians, in response to the desperate plight of adult cancer patients sent home to die with little or no professional care or support. Subsequently they expanded services to include children with life threatening or limiting conditions.

See some of the amazing ways they help

Making a difference for terminally ill adults and children

Building a Bright Hope for Tomorrow

Building a Bright Hope for Tomorrow

This is an exciting and challenging project for EH to undertake, not least because of the £3million needed to build it. Thanks to the generous support of companies and individuals in Romania and the UK the hospice have already raised over a third of the estimated costs to build, equip and run the new facility.

The Ben Nevis 4
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The Ben Nevis 4

Posted by: on Apr 21, 2015 | 2 Comments

Let me introduce you to these four great (and some might say crazy) men, Phil, Graham, Peter and Mac.  Some people climb Ben Nevis for charity, some cycle 25 mile and others canoe across Loch Lochy, but with a combined age of 209, these guys have decided to do all 3 in just 24 hours.  They are training hard and have committed to raise an amazing £2000 for Emanuel Hospice.  For more information on how you can support them and get cake at the same time please click here, alternatively click here to give online. THANK YOU and GOOD LUCK to Phil, Graham, Peter and Mac, we look forward to hearing how it goes!!

Building Project Update
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Building Project Update

Posted by: on Dec 28, 2014 | No Comments

In 2012 the Repcon Company kindly agreed to donate all the labor and materials necessary to build the foundation, walls, roofing and exterior doors and windows of the new hospice inpatient unit. Unfortunately, although the work was started that year, it had to be paused until the needed concrete and reinforcing steel could be purchased.  Thankfully, in August, Holcim Company agreed to donate the 480 tons of cement needed to allow the building to recommence.  We want to say a big thank you to Holcim Romania SA and all of you who continue to support the project.