We Have moved!!
Archangel Michael Hospice Shop & ‘The Coffee shop’
We are now beside St.Paul’s Tavern Stilis Agiou Pavlou.(Charalambous court)
Welcome sale from June 1st for two weeks. Clothes, Books, Bric-a-brac, shoes and much more.
Teas and coffees as normal.
We do need more volunteers however
Contact Fr Jim 99793169
All profits go directly to Archangel Michael Hospice
On google Map see Stasandrou Street
Even with the easing of the Lockdown, it is going to take time before the shops are back up to speed and fundraising can begin again in earnest. This has been an extremely difficult time for the hospice, but thanks to individuals and businesses coming forward with support the hospice has managed to continue offering its essential services to the community.
If any one or if you know any business that would like to donate directly to Archangel Michael Hospice then please contact Fr. Jim on 99793169 or by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org, we will send you the bank details for direct payment.
We have just received further donations from Businesses thanks to the efforts of Daryl Fitzgerald at Fitzgerald estates.
Due to the pandemic AMH is in a dire financial situation. We need your help in order to keep offering palliative care in Paphos! For more information, please contact Mona 99494140.
A big thank you to Daryl Fitzgerald at Fitzgerald’s estates for the much need gift of €1,000 and to Andreas Demetriades for the €500 gift who both came forward in this time of need.
During this close down period when fundraising from shops and events has been impossible it is gifts like these that keep the hospice going. If you would like to offer a gift to the Hospice as well please contact Mona at the hospice who will guide on how to do this.
L to R Daryl Fitzgerald, Dave Asher (Viva FM) & Fr. Jim
Thank you. A huge thank you to Ruth Mott who is retiring from managing the Coffee shop after 14 years. Wendy Connelly will be taking over running the shop.
Ruth how can we ever thank you for all these years of fundraising for the Hospice helping CARITAS and the Parish become a real community centre? Thank you. We are glad you are staying on as a volunteer.
Once we are more free we will have a big thank you do. Till then thank you God Bless you.
On a warm and sunny February day (25th), 48 hospice supporters attended lunch at the Monkfish restaurant on Tomb of the Kings Road.
During an excellent meal, classical pianist , Sandra Jakopavic gave a superb recital which was appreciated by all present.
Jeanette Truscott, who organised the event drew the raffle and auctioned other items.
An incredible €700 was raised for the hospice!!!
Mant thanks to Jeannete and the law office of Dr. Panikos Kourides for sponsoring the event.