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

Ladies Lunch with Kaye Adams

Join us at the Westerwood Hotel on Sunday 10th May 2020 for an entertaining afternoon with Kaye Adams and Central FM.




Tickets: From £45.00

Author: Claire Kennedy

Location: Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort,1 St Andrews Drive, Glasgow


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


  • Snowdrop

    We’re already half way through January and this means only one thing for your Strathcarron Hospice Fundraising Team; it’s Snowdrop Appeal time! This small team is responsible for ensuring the charity has the required £12,900 every day to cover the running costs which is why they organise many events and appeals over the year. Read more

  • North Lanarkshire Funding 2020-21

    We are delighted that the North Lanarkshire IJB has confirmed that there will no reduction in funding to Strathcarron Hospice in the forthcoming financial year. Read more

  • New Year, New Challenge?

    With 2020 fast approaching, we're looking ahead at how you could challenge yourself in the new year and at the same time show your support for your local hospice. Read more

  • Kindness and small gestures

    This year it is estimated more than 3 million older people will spend Christmas day alone and that nearly a quarter of them saying it brings back painful memories of loved ones they have lost. We are very conscious this time of year can sometimes exaggerate the feelings of isolation and loneliness often associated with illness, loss of independence or bereavement. Of course, these feelings don’t just happen at Christmas and can be something people live with all year round. Read more