We believe that people should not only die well, but live well and so we support patients and their loved ones to make every moment count.

Stirling Scottish Marathon Festival

Join Team Strathcarron, run through the heart of Scotland, and run through history.




Author: Claire Macdonald

Location: Kings Park,, Stirling

Rehab Team

The Rehab Team at Strathcarron take a lead role in enabling patients to maintain their independence for as long as possible whilst adapting to changes in their illness.


Author: Fiona Mulvany

Growing Compassionate Communities

Can you get involved in helping people live well - right up to the end?


Author: Claire Macdonald

Festive Volunteering

Can you spare 2 hours to help? Light Up A Life is our annual festive campaign and we are looking for volunteers to help with our collection sites across the local area during November and December.


Author: marion blaney


Every year, we provide specialist care, love and support to 1,400 people living with, and dying from, a terminal illness


We have over 900 volunteers. Without them the Hospice could not continue to provide such a high quality of patient care


We need to raise £12,900 a day to keep our services running


  • Red Hot Chilli Steppers smash Step Challenge target

    A team of motivated friends and colleagues took on the Strathcarron Step Challenge in September raising an incredible £955 for Strathcarron Hospice. Read more

  • Absent Friends

    To Absent Friends is a people’s festival of storytelling and remembrance which is taking place this week. It aims to reignite traditions of remembering the dead as a way to support those who are experiencing grief and bereavement and to encourage greater openness about death and dying. Everyone has a story to tell of someone who is dead who they miss. Read more

  • Strictly Spectacular for Children's Bereavement Service

    A fundraising event in aid of Strathcarron Hospice has raised more than £9,000 for our Children's Bereavement Service. Read more

  • Halloween, traditions and cultures

    Halloween has got us thinking about traditions and why they are so important. Traditions represent a critical piece of our culture. They help form the structure and foundation of our families and our society. They remind us that we are part of a history that defines our past and they contribute to a sense of comfort and belonging. More often than not, they bring family together and enable friends to reconnect. Read more