Cardiff Life Awards - A celebration of City Hospice’s outstanding contribution

This March, Cardiff’s beautiful City Hall was the venue of the very glitzy Cardiff Life Awards 2019. A showcase for the City’s leading businesses, the awards also play tribute to the outstanding charities located within the Welsh capital. This year ten exceptional organisations were shortlisted for the charity category, amongst them City Hospice.

It is a true honour to sit amongst these charities, all brilliant, all playing their role in helping others. Given the calibre of the other finalists, it is even more of a privilege to have won the charity award. This award recognises the essential contribution which City Hospice makes everyday.

A Celebration of Cardiff’s local Hospice

As Cardiff’s local hospice, it is only through the strength of the community, and the wonderful support which we receive that we can provide such exceptional care for our patients.

 

“…Cardiff is much richer for having this superb organisation. We could not be without it.”

Cardiff Life Awards 2019

 

This award has been a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our work amongst the City Hospice team, including staff and volunteers. It has also allowed the charity to raise awareness of our work amongst a new audience.

The Cardiff Life Awards highlight talented businesses, and their contribution in making Cardiff such a vibrant city. However the awards also help to shine a light on the third sector, and the outstanding contribution that charities make in Cardiff.

We are very proud to have won this year’s Cardiff Life Award. Thank you to the magazine, judges, sponsors and Cardiff’s business community for recognising City Hospice, as a leading Cardiff charity, along with the hard work and efforts of everyone who has made the charity what it is today.

Thank you to Cardiff Life Magazine, and award sponsors Cardiff Airport, Robertsons Solicitors, and Jelf. And a sincere thank you to our amazing supporters for helping us create a charity, which can make such a difference to the people of Cardiff.