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Your business can help make sure no one has to recover alone.
Recovery after a life-changing event like a heart attack, stroke or chest condition like COPD or Covid-19 doesn’t stop when you leave hospital. Every day people are leaving hospital scared and on their own.
People are struggling to live with the long-term effects on their physical and mental health – and they need your help right now.
Your business can help fund our Hospital to Home service, working directly with our NHS heroes to make sure that no one has to recover alone.
Your support and donations will help to grow this life-line service in your local area, providing one-to-one support for people as they leave hospital.
You would be funding a service giving people the essential emotional and physical help they need to live life to the full again.
We are the only charity in Scotland partnering with our NHS in this way, and your business can be part of it too.
Are you ready to make a real difference to the lives of people across Scotland?
Yes, I’d like to support Hospital to Home
The NHS, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland staff and our volunteers are all working together to make sure people get the help they need once they return home.
Visit our Hospital to Home page to read more about the service and how it works.
Your business can help fund this essential service in two different ways:
Fund a Survivor
Every £335 you give can help someone recovering from a serious chest, heart or stroke condition with a full nine months package of support.
Pay for a Day
Pay for a day of our Hospital to Home service to help people get the support they need when they leave hospital.
Pledge your support for Hospital to Home
“Tom from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland was there for me.”
“After my stroke, I was in a dark place. I sometimes worried I wouldn’t be able to wake up in the morning. That I might have another stroke.
“But Tom from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland was there for me.
“He came to visit me at home and reassured me there was light at the end of the tunnel.
“And now, I am feeling better and I know how to control my anxiety. I now have a life I can look forward to living.”
“I just wanted to help folk with problems like mine, and it’s the best thing I’ve ever done.”
“I came out of hospital and was left on my own to try to recover and rebuild my life.
“That’s why I set up a rehab group with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.
“I just wanted to help folk with problems like mine, and it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. It’s a rehab group but actually it feels like a family.”
“I worried that my life would never be the same.”
“I felt anxious, lost and alone when I got home from hospital after my heart attack.
“I worried that my life would never be the same.
“But that’s when I met Wendy, a nurse from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland. Wendy was always there for me if I needed her.
“She helped me when I felt at my worst and she’s even made me feel confident enough to get back to work.”
We’d love to help you promote your fundraising and celebrate your generosity.
For example, if you choose to Pay for a Day of Hospital to Home support we can:
Want to start making a difference today? Get in touch to discuss how you can support our Hospital to Home service.
Working alongside our NHS heroes and dedicated Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland staff and volunteers, your business can be the difference between someone just surviving and really living when they return home from hospital.