Naomi House and Jacksplace are hospices for children and young people with life-limiting conditions and life-threatening conditions. The charity provides care to people living in communities across the seven counties of central southern England. The charity has two specialist units: Naomi House for children, and Jacksplace for teenagers and young adults. Each unit offers an appropriate environment for each age group. Services offered include respite care, emergency care, end-of-life care and ongoing bereavement support. We seek to raise £7 million to run the two units each year, with less than 10% of income coming from the Government and other statutory bodies. As a result, the Trust relies on the generosity of people in the community to continue its work. Their support enables the charity to provide these crucial care services, free of charge, to children, young adults and their families.