Life NoW seeks to meet the needs of young adults with life-limiting, life-threatening and end-of-life conditions. Currently, in our catchment area, when young adults (aged 18-40yrs) become too old for children's hospices, usually in their mid-twenties, they have to leave; their options thereafter are limited and do not necessarily provide for their needs. To address this we aim to build a hospice designed specifically for young adults, which relates to their age, provides for their needs and interests, and where they can meet up with other young people with similar conditions. Find out more information here.
Cheshire Ride 2017 for Life NoW – update
Thanks to everyone involved in organising and taking part in this year's event. To date, around £3,000 has been raised for Life NoW.
Life NoW at St Michael’s CofE School – 07/03/2017
"Two trustees carry torch of hope for young adults to St Michael’s School, spreading the message of what Life NoW is doing to champion young adults with end-of-life conditions, with the up-and-coming generation of the future. Go year 8."
Important News – Life NoW Appeals Patrons
Life NoW is delighted to announce our first two Appeal Patrons, the Rt. Rev Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool and Dame Lorna Muirhead Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside. See our 'Appeal Patrons' page for further details.