We received approval from Renfrewshire Council to construct a new public footpath to open up the countryside and improve access to our Hospice.
Our Day Hospice introduced a Wellbeing Group for patients, combining exercise and education
After countless hours of hard work, support and effort from John New Landscaping, our new Community Garden Opens to the public.
Refurbishment works began on our bathrooms and windows thanks to extremely generous trust funding and support from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.2015-2017
Our specialist Children and Young person service launches to help cope with loss and bereavement – our Courageous Cubs and Lion Hearts.2015
HRH Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent, visited St. Vincent’s, meeting with staff and patients on an official tour of our Hospice.
We celebrated 25 years of delivering palliative and end of life care.2013
On our 21st anniversary, The Provost of Renfrewshire Council threw a Civic Reception to celebrate. This marked the unveiling of our brand new logo.
Nicola Sturgeon MSP visited our Hospice to get a first-hand look at some of our fantastic developments for Renfrewshire.2009
Funding from the Souter Trust allowed us to deliver a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist service for our patients throughout the community.2006
Our Patient and Family Support Team launches to help more people across Renfrewshire.2005
Millennium year; thanks to Lottery funding, we opened a new purpose built eight-bedded unit for our patients.2000
We officially became a registered charity.1994
Our new Hospice is officially opened by the Duchess of Norfolk.1993
Day Hospice starts its services to meet the needs of the local community in Renfrewshire and Community Nursing starts in the local area to help patients stay in their own homes whilst dealing with life limiting illnesses.1993
The Hospice is relocated to Howwood to a completely renovated building to meet the growing demands for palliative and end of life care in the community.
We opened our doors to patients for the first time in our original building on North Road in Johnstone.
The St. Vincent De Paul Society identified the need to care for people with life limiting conditions in the local area and began a five year fundraising campaign.1983