Exeter Leukaemia Fund (Elf) recognises that the COVID-19 outbreak is an exceptional event that will have an impact on the charity. In order to minimise the risk to staff, patients and their families support services will be adapted; counselling, Elf@Home befriending, Citizen Advice Bureau will be by telephone. The transport service will continue as normal for the time being.
If you require support please call 01392 493334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To protect our staff and volunteers Elf have taken the decision to cancel or postpone any events and fundraising in the local community. The Elf retail shops will be closed until further notice.
This will have a devastating impact on Elf's income as Elf does not receive any public or statutory funding. All our services depend on the generosity of the public and Elf own fundraising and retail activities.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our loyal supporters for their continued support, please remain safe and follow government guidelines.
Exeter Leukaemia Fund (Elf) is a registered charity providing vital support to patients with blood cancer and other disorders who attend the Haematology Centre at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (RD&E). We:
- Helped fund the building of the Haematology Centre
- Funded the building of a critical care unit at the RD&E's Yarty ward, the Chevithorne family suite
- Provide the Elf flat for Haematology outpatients and families visiting patients staying on Yarty ward
- Fund NHS nurses and support roles
- Provide a range of support services for patients and their families at the RD&E and in their own homes.
Elf receives no public or statutory funding. All our services depend on the generosity of the public and our own fundraising and retail activities.
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