Do you know that you want to fundraise for Hospice in the Weald but don't know where to start? There are many things that you can do to support your local Hospice from wearing the brightest green clothes, to organising a sponsored walk in memory of a loved one. If you need a little inspiration, please contact Leeann Wilmer on 01892 820507 or at email@example.com to chat through your ideas. You can also have a look at our Thank You page to see some of the fantastic ways in which people have supported us in the past.
It tis the season so why not spread the festive cheer by organising a Christmas fundraiser for Hospice in the Weald.
- Organise Carol singing with a collection
- Plan a Christmas fair
- Hold a Christmas jumper day
- Make and sell mince pies
- Throw a Christmas quiz
Spring in to action and organise a fundraising activity this Spring.
- Plan an easter egg hunt in your local village
- Organise a walk in memory of a loved one
- Hold a Mothers Day afternoon tea
- Set up a flower arrangement workshop
- Hold a plant sale.
The days are getting longer and the weather is warming up. Its time to plans some outdoor fun.
- Organise a sponsored car wash
- Plan a golf day
- Do a charity BBQ
- Hold an Open garden event
- Plan a sports day
Collecting sponsorship from your event
You can create an online giving page for your fundraising activity, or we have our donation buckets and boxes which we are happy to send to you..
Spread the word
Make sure you tell everyone about your event including your friends, family and colleagues. Print off a selection of our downloadable posters here and here to put up in your local area.
Other ways to get involved
If organising you own thing is not quite right for you then why not have a look at our upcoming Hospice events on our Events Calendar.
Thank you for your support. Without amazing supporters like you Hospice in the Weald could not raise £7 million need each year to maintain our existing services. Your support will help to ensure that the care we provide is always free for patients, families and carers.