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How we communicate with you

We’d love to keep you posted on how your support can make a difference to local families, and the exciting ways you can support us in the future.

You may have heard in the news, or from other causes you support, about changes that are happening in data protection laws which will impact charities and all other organisations up and down the country, including Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity.

We are required by law to make sure that the personal data we hold about you is accurate and up-to-date and having correct information also helps ensure that our communications are the right ones, to the right person, at the right place.

A simple tick today means that we can continue to keep you updated about the difference your support makes to local families when they need it most and in a way that you are most comfortable with. It means that we can keep you updated on the many new and exciting ways that you can help support the hospice in the future as well as our Light up a Life and Sunflower Memory Walk events.




Whether you’ve donated to Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity before, or you’re a new supporter, it’s always good to keep your contact preferences up to date.

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Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity would like to contact you from time to time with updates about fundraising activities, events and the exciting ways you can support us in the future. Please tick below if you would like to receive our communications via:


We will never pass on your details to any other organisation to use for their own purposes.

You can find out about how we use and look after your data at: https://www.cmhcharity.org.uk/about/privacy-policy 

Any supporter can change how we contact them. Please complete this form, call the charity team on 02380 475313 or email fundraising@cmhcharity.org.uk to update your details.

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