Star Supporters 

We would like to say a big thank you to our supporters who go above and beyond for Rennie Grove - without them we wouldn't be able to help the thousands of families who need us. Here are ​just some of the people who are an inspiration: 

Tring Brewery

Tring Brewery tour
We'd like to give Tring Brewery a special Star Supporter shout out. Richard and the team are extremely generous with supplying us with plenty of their delicious beer to use for our raffle prizes. They're always supporting us and we just wanted to share our appreciation. Cheers!

Berkhamsted Living and Tring Living Magazines

Clare and Alison Living magazines

Alison Page and her team at the two local Living magazines regularly feature news, events and volunteering opportunities on behalf of Rennie Grove, helping to raise our profile across Berkhamsted and Tring. They do this at no cost to the charity and we're very grateful for their help.

In the Book

In the Book star supporters
Publishing company In the Book saw World Book Day 2020 as a great opportunity to give something back by donating a personalised children’s book to 30 of the children looked after by ​our children's nurses. Thank you to the whole team for your treasured contribution and for coming to visit us at our office!

​Steve Toms

golf day 2

A huge thank you goes to Steve Toms for his amazing achievements as our golf ambassador. Steve has organised five incredible ‘Tomsie’s Golf Days’ raising over £80,000 to fund Rennie Grove nurses to bring care to local patients and support for their families. Photo: Neil Marshment.

Herts Advertiser

Herts Ad logo

For more than 10 years, the team at the Herts Advertiser has been proud supporters both ​of the services we provide at Grove House and those delivered in patients’ homes. In addition to a dedicated weekly page in every edition of the newspaper, the Herts Advertiser provides additional coverage of our major events including The Herts 10K, the Question of Sport Charity Dinner and the Rudolph Run. Thank you so much for helping us spread the word about the care we provide to local patients and their families.

King of Herts

King of Herts

Harpenden-based Kings were at Grove House in St Albans to donate £750, which they raised at a concert staged with the Company of Ten’s musicians, actors and comedians at the Abbey Theatre. The Kings’ generosity would fund 16 visits by Hospice at Home nurses to individual patients in the St Albans and Harpenden areas.

Hiya Bucks

HiyaBucks team

Helen and her team at Hiya Bucks frequently dedicate space to Rennie Grove fundrasing events and volunteering opportunites in both editions of their monthly magazine reaching a wide audience across Buckinghamshire. This is done free of charge. Thank you Helen for your amazing support.

Emily Howlett

Emily Howlett's fundraising campaign for Rennie Grove
Emily Howlett supported Rennie Grove with coffee mornings in 2018 & 2019 in memory of her mother in law, Karen Howlett. When covid hit Emily turned her fundraising to Handmade Arts & Crafts and created a page on Facebook. Most of the crafts have been created by her children aged 6 and 9 in support of the care their Grandmother received from Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Together they have made items from Christmassy and Halloween crafts such as hot chocolate cones, to tea lights and bird feeders. Thank you Emily and her children for their ongoing support and raising £750.

Hutchings Consultants

Hollywell 4

We are thrilled to introduce our newest corporate patron Hollywell Building Services, who are supporting us as Diamond Patrons.

Thank you so much Bob, Charlotte & the team for supporting Rennie Grove.  

The Corporate Patron Programme currently covers the cost of one & a half specialist hospice at home nurses & we would love for it to cost the cover of 2.  
If your company would be like to join the programme and support us on 1 of the 4 levels, please contact
For more information about our corporate patron programme here.

​Men of Fields

Men of Fields
A collection of cricketing Dads from Garden Fields Cricket Club, known as Men of Fields, tackled the famous Ridgeway. They walked 85 miles across four days and have raised over £25,000 for Rennie Grove and The Hospice of St Francis.

AVI Support

AVI Support desks

Thanks to AVI Support for supplying and fitting the new office furniture in the fundraising and nursing offices in our Tring base, Rennie House. The new furniture means that we have more space to accommodate the team, including our new nursing team who will be caring for patients in central Bucks.

National Lottery Community Fund

Nurse chats to patient

We are thrilled to announce that Rennie Grove has received a very generous grant of £64,955 from The National Lottery Community Fund to expand our service Supporting Hands. This volunteer-led service provides practical support and companionship to patients with a life-limiting illness and their families. The continuation of this service has been made possible by players of the National Lottery, and will benefit hundreds of people in the year ahead. 

​Rank Foundation

horticultural award grant

We would like to thank the Rank Foundation for a £15,000 grant award in 2019, to enable the launch of a Horticultural Therapy programme at Grove House. The project includes the building of a new greenhouse and the provision of volunteer-led planting and propagation workshops to enhance patients’ health and wellbeing. This award was made as part of a grant programme managed by Hospice UK.

​Cassidy & Tate

cassidy and tate
Thanks to Cassidy & Tate who will donate back 50% of their fee to Rennie Grove when any member of staff, volunteer or supporter sells their house through their estate agents.  To date we have benefited from the sale of two houses under this scheme with the third currently on the market.  (To find out more about this generous offer please call the fundraising team on 01442 820731)


Nurses with new Clio at Gillian King House

Thanks to VRS who provide us with two lease cars every six months – one for our Bucks nurses and one for the fundraising team.  This means we not have the peace of mind thanks to having a reliable car to use, but it also saves the charity money.  In addition to this fantastic support the team at VRS fundaise for Rennie Grove throughout the year. Since 2015 their support has totalled an incredible £27.081.70

Masonic Charitable Foundation

Masonic Provincial Lodge

Peter Thomas, Charity Steward Representative for the Masonic Provincial Grand Lodge visited Rennie House in February 2019 to present at cheque for £800 from the Masonic Charitable Foundation. This generous gift will help us to continue providing excellent hospice at home care to patients with life-limiting illnesses in Herts and Bucks.

Magistrates Tea Bar

Tea Bar volunteers

The team of volunteers at the Magistrates Tea Bar have been serving refreshments in St Albans for the last 12 years. They have raised an astonishing £126,230.09 in that time. Thank you to everybody who helps run the tea bar and keep regular donations coming through to Rennie Grove.

Katie's Jumping Fleas

Katies Jumping Fleas and RG vols

Ukulele group Katie's Jumping Fleas have supported Rennie Grove since 2013. The band raises money for us through playing gigs locally. They also come to Grove House, our Day Hospice, twice a year to perform to our patients! Thank you for all your support and raising an amazing £7,741.55 for us!