Our services - The Brigitte Trust

Our Services

We offer a range of services to people and their families facing a life limiting illness in Surrey. If you would like to request support for yourself, a family member, patient or client please complete the online form here or call our Service Co-ordinator on 07469 932192.

We can offer support to anyone in Surrey living with a life limiting illness, such as:


Home Visiting

Our free service to help match a volunteer who visits the same family member each week – building a relationship centred on the client and their individual needs with a careful match of volunteer and client.

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Hospital, Care Home & Hospice Visiting

Our volunteers are able to visit people without friends or family close by during the week and when a current client moves into a care home or hospice, their volunteer can also continue to support them.

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Bereavement Support

Grief is a natural process and each person follows their own path in their own time. Volunteer support to a client family extends beyond the funeral with visits for up to three months, with time to remember together.

Our Bereavement Support groups are open to anyone in Surrey- just remember to book a place through the Eventbrite page.

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Neurological Support

We run a monthly support group for anyone diagnosed with a neurological condition to include Multiple sclerosis (MS), Motor neurone disease (MND), Multiple system atrophy (MSA) or Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP).

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Coffin Club

Coffin Club is a free 8-week course, meeting one day a week for a one hour talk from an invited speaker with Q&A and discussion, followed by refreshments and an optional coffin decorating workshop.

Coffin Club is open to anyone in Surrey.

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Death Café

Our death cafes are free and open to anyone, to speak freely and without judgement. There is no set agenda for a death café meeting just facilitated discussion following the interests of those attending.

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