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.

Callander Cycle Challenge 2018

The Callander Cycle Challenge is organised by Motherwell & Wishaw Rotary Club, and has been set up with a choice of routes ranging from a fun, family cycle to a serious cycling challenge.




Author: Coleena Brodie

Location: Car Park ,Leny Road, Callander

Tell your story

Tell us about an experience of Strathcarron Hospice (within the last 3 years). Your story might be about you, or someone close to you. You can say what happened, what was good, and what could have been better.


Author: Claire Macdonald

Big Birthday Tea 18

Host a Big Birthday Tea party during April or May to celebrate the Hospice's 37th Birthday. We would love you to share in this momentous occasion and at the same help us to raise funds in support of our vital services at Strathcarron.


Author: marion blaney

Thinking Ahead

Planning for the Future


Author: Michael Craig


  • Avant Homes Pay for a Day at Strathcarron

    Staff from the Stirling-based company have undertaken a series of fundraising activities in the last 12 months, including a charity ball, a ‘grab a grand’ prize giveaway and dress-down days. Their dedicated efforts have resulted in Avant Homes raising enough money to pay for a day of care at the Hospice on April 19. Read more

  • A big birthday celebration

    Strathcarron celebrates its 37th birthday this month and to mark this special occasion, a Big Birthday Tea Party took place at the Hospice on Friday. Read more

  • Making every moment count

    At Strathcarron Hospice we strive to help people live fully until the end of life, achieve what is important to them and to 'make every moment count'. This really is at the core of all that we do and this Friday we want to take a moment to share a very special example of this. Read more

  • The back-bone of Strathcarron Hospice

    Volunteers are the back-bone of Strathcarron Hospice and we simply wouldn’t be able to do all that we do without them. Within the Hospice itself this dedicated group work over 200 hours every week in very many different ways. Read more