Campaigners say the planned closure of a health trust in Suffolk, which would see 280 jobs axed, has left them heartbroken.
All Hallows Healthcare Trust cares for 250 people a day but it's running out of money and says it's "impossible to balance income and costs on an ongoing basis".
It's consulting staff about closing all its services and sites, including a hospital in Ditchingham and a nursing home in Bungay.
Almost five thousand people have signed a petition calling for the trust to be saved.
Jaime Larter has been gathering signatures. The trust has been caring for her father Peter, who has dementia, for four years.
Chairman John Chapman said the closure "is more than sad, it is tragic".
The trust's "proud history of serving the local community" dates back 147 years and it has achieved 'good' CQC ratings over the last 18 months.