Memorial Trees in Partnership with Treetops Hospice
Dedicate a Tree in Partnership with Treetops Hospice
Dedicating a tree in the memory of a loved one is a special and lasting way to celebrate their life, and to help their memory live-on in beautiful surroundings as their tree grows and flourishes as part of a new forest.
With 50% of the proceeds being donated directly to Treetops Hospice, planting a memorial tree not only honours a lost friend or family member but also shares support and care by directly contributing to Treetops – a leading end-of-life charity.
Planting memorial ‘Trees for Treetops’ helps to ensure the charity can continue its vital work providing care for patients when they need it the most, while also celebrating the life of a lost loved one and supporting the local environment.
Whether planting a single memorial tree or a small group of trees, Co-Treetment can add an engraved Mahogany plaque to clearly identify the memorial trees.
With all trees planted within the National Forest in the East Midlands, Co-Treetment is providing a habitat for nature and absorbing Carbon to help fight climate change too.
Memorial Trees Supporting End-of-Life Care
Partnering with Treetops Hospice to plant memorial trees through Co-Treetment goes beyond supporting the environment.
Treetops Hospice is the leading end-of-life care charity in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, providing nursing care and emotional support for adults with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
Their charity assists from diagnosis onwards for patients with conditions such as cancer, motor neurone disease and heart and respiratory conditions.
Founded in 1983, Treetops supports thousands of local people – and their families – through the most difficult time of their lives. Their team of over 40 Hospice at Home nurses provided over 28,000 hours of care to terminally-ill patients last year, working day and night to give much-needed support.
Treetops Hospice have a team of bereavement counsellors who provide over 5,500 counselling sessions – over 1,000 of them to children and young people. Wellbeing team members provide valuable information and support to those who need it, while their experts in end-of life care and bereavement support dedicate many hours to training NHS staff about death and dying.
Treetops are lucky to have over 500 amazing volunteers who help to keep the hospice running smoothly.
It costs £4.2m each year to run Treetops hospice. Therapeutic packs for bereaved children who are being supported at home during the pandemic cost £28. An overnight Hospice at Home nursing shift for a patient at the end of life costs £108.