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suzanne goodall is the founder of ty hafan, the children's hospice in wales | Tŷ Hafan
Suzanne Goodall - Member of T Hafan Board
Suzanne, our founder and first chair, started the T Hafan appeal in 1988 with the daunting task of having to raise millions of pounds to build, equip and run the hospice for the first year.
Still an active member of the board at 86, she
tries to attend as many of the fundraising events as possible and is a regular visitor to the hospice and appeal office.
Suzanne lives in Beddau near Pontypridd.
Suzanne served in the Second World War, trained by the South Wales Borderers in Dering Lines, Brecon, served 4 years with 129 mixed H.A.A. Regiment RA as Captain and worked for 33 years in Rhydlafar Orthopaedic Hospital as a state registered Occupational therapist.
Our amazing story - TÅ· Hafan's unique care and support
During her retirement, Suzanne Goodall felt driven to open the first children's hospice in Wales and offer care to life-limited children and young people.
In 1988, Suzanne Goodall was recently retired and wondering how she would fill her time.
2004 Ty Hafan founder Suzanne Goodall is awarded the MBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours.
This year Tŷ Hafan, the family hospice for young lives, is celebrating ten years of care and support to families in Wales with a life-limited child. | Tŷ Hafan
Among those joining in the celebrations was T Hafan founder, Suzanne Goodall, MBE.
ty hafan birthday celebrations
"When we first set out our vision over all those years ago, we could not have dreamed to have the response we did from the public," says Suzanne
Suzzanne Goodall MBE | Tŷ Hafan
Suzanne Goodall turned a dream into reality.
spearheaded a fundraising campaign that lasted eleven years and in 1999, Ty Hafan, the family hospice for young lives, finally opened its doors.
Suzanne, from Beddau near Pontypridd, has been an active member of the Board of Trustees since that time and now, at the age of 88, has been elected the charity's first President, in recognition of her years of commitment and hard work.
There are six Non-Executive Directors ...
There are six Non-Executive Directors (Founder, Suzanne Goodall, Hywel Thomas, Eric Hammonds, Kate Makepeace, Jane Fenton-May and Stephen Pritchard) and four Executive Directors (Ray Hurcombe, Chief Executive; Jayne Saunders, Director of Care; Gareth Luke, Director of Finance; Elizabeth Read, Director of Fundraising and Marketing).