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Nalini and Krupa Pattni welcomed at Prime Minister’s Residence

Nalini and Krupa Pattni outside 10 Downing St

Samantha Cameron hosts reception in support of St Luke’s Hospice at No.10 Downing Street

Samantha Cameron, who is married to Prime Minister David Cameron, attended a reception at Number 10 Downing Street, organised by St Luke’s Hospice.

Samantha Cameron welcomes Nalini & Krupa Pattni and St. Luke's supporters

St Luke’s is the local hospice for Harrow and Brent in London. It cares for people whose illnesses are no longer curable, enabling them to achieve the best possible quality of life.

Many of the guests at the reception had their own personal experience of the care and support St Luke’s had provided to family members, which had motivated them to
support St Luke’s.

Nalini and Krupa have been supporting raising funds for St Luke's for awhile now.

St Luke's was the chosen Charity to be invited by her on 17th May 2016, to acknowledge  some of the key figures who have supported St Luke's with Fund Raising
events over the years.

Nalini said: “We were  fortunate  enough to be  on the invitee list. It was a lovely reception and was a privilege to be there. I shook Samantha Cameron’s hand and spoke to her.
It was an amazing evening and a once in a lifetime opportunity - thanks again to Samantha for hosting the event.’

St Lukes Supporters with Pam Russel, Head of Fund Raising Team

Message from Nalini Pattni

Our most sincere & humble thank you to all our Community members who were there to support  Krupa & myself, at such fund raising events.
They are the once to receive our gratitude first & foremost.

Secondly, I wish to share is this new project StLuke's have launched.

It opens another door to use their facilities in a way they have described below.

I request all our members :-

"What better then supporting our local Charity & see the difference it makes to those who need such care in their time of need."

Message from St Luke's new  service now being established.

The new Single Point of Service .

We are fundraising for our new Single Point of Access Service which provides a 24 hour helpline for patients in the last year of life and their families
(whether or not the patient is currently known to St Luke’s).

If the family experience a crisis at home they can call the helpline and a St Luke’s nurse will provide advice and reassurance, contact the patients healthcare professional,
or send an emergency team from St Luke’s out directly to look after the patient.

This avoids the situation where a family in crisis get frightened, call 999, and the patient ends up dying in hospital where this is not their wish.

If any families would like to make a pledge in advance of the event,  we will ensure that they are included in the thankyous on the night.

St Luke's