Lady Ryder

Where We Work

These are a few suggestions as to how you can help us carry forward the work Lady Ryder started all those years ago. We promise to do this in the true Sue Ryder spirit – with frugality and humility.

  • LRWMT in Italy


    In 1997 Lady Ryder recognised the need for access to palliative care in Rome, and founded the charity Fondazione Sue Ryder Onlus, a provider of 24-hour specialist home palliative care and pain relief for the equivalent of Italy's NHS.

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  • Grant to medical student

    Chairmans notes: At LRWMT we get asked for grants from all sorts of people, organisations and countries. Two years ago, we were presented with a first class medical student who had passed all her examinations to date with honours and grade A results.

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  • Rescued from abusive parents


    Bridges to Belarus is a small, UK-based charity which supports 800 children in the Rogachev region of southern Belarus, who are all affected by the Chernobyl disaster. Many experience medical consequences of the Chernobyl disaster but all suffer from the social implications and poverty that affects the region due to the radiation.

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  • Parmoor, home of the Lady Ryder Memorial Garden

    United Kingdom

    In the last few years, the LRWMT has helped fund projects and make loans to help restore the gardens at Parmoor the home of The Lady Ryder Prayer Fellowship. The Lady Ryder Memorial Garden has helped many disadvantaged people both young and old over the years.

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  • Sue Ryder's son Jeromy at the museum


    Sue Ryder's long association with Poland began in WW2. During the Second World War she was seconded to the Polish Section of Special Operations Executive (SOE) which was set up by Prime Minister Winston Churchill with the instruction to set Europe ablaze.

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  • the specially designed pavilion with dedicated Sue Ryder Rooms at Bellevue, in Lourdes


    There was a big need which was not being addressed in Lourdes the needs of handicapped and sick pilgrims and their carers who did not wish to be accommodated in the local hospitals and yet came to Lourdes with their carers and helpers.

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The Lady Ryder of Warsaw Memorial Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is registered in England No.3935283 | Registered Charity No: 1082295