A Jersey charity which supports islanders towards the end of their lives says it needs more funding to keep all of its services running.
Every year, Jersey Hospice Care helps over 1,000 people with end of life treatment as well as at-home support and bereavement counselling.
With some of their services expecting an increase in demand they are also seeing less money coming in.
They say they have been affected in "every single way" by the pandemic and are calling for support from the community to generate the £20,000 per day needed to fund their work.
Less than 8% of the charity's funding came from the government in 2019, meaning they rely on donations and fundraising events, many of which have been cancelled or postponed.
However, they have been forced to close charity shops and cancel fundraising events which has had a significant impact on their income.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen several changes at the Hospice.
Families and volunteers are unable to enter the hospice and nurses are experiencing a dramatic increase in their workload - some working up to 15 hour shifts every day.
- Some events have been cancelled, postponed or changed:
The hospice has now launched its 'Hospice Hero' appeal to encourage people to support them.