Fundraise & Get Involved

We need to raise over £8 million every year to provide outstanding Hospice care to the local community. To get involved with our fundraising activities, design your own, or make a donation, use the information on this page.

New year to volunteer

If you have free time, or skills to share, then why not volunteer and join the team at Hospice in the Weald. Here, a few of our volunteers tell us what volunteering means to them. Please visit our website to see the latest roles on offer.
Simon, Volunteer, in the Hospice Garden

'Volunteering has given my music purpose!'

‘Volunteering at the Hospice has helped give my music purpose and allowed me to share my passion. I’ve been deeply honoured to write songs both with and for patients who have wanted to express their thoughts and feelings through words and music. These precious memories will stay with me forever.’

Simon – Creative Music Volunteer

Volunteer Gillian, with Nick, on the Ward Welcome Desk

‘Sometimes it’s easier to talk to a stranger about grief’

‘There are many things I love about volunteering. My mum died last year, and I cared for her at my home, supported by the Hospice’s Outreach team. This added a new dimension to my understanding of loss. Treating people with dignity and helping them to live well – even if they are close to death – is something I’m very proud to be part of.’

Gillian – Welcome Desk Volunteer

Graham Barker talking about volunteering

‘Stamps and coins can bring in thousands’

‘It takes me weeks to sort through the stamps and coins donated but I don’t like being idle and I enjoy it. You never know what you’ll find! I sold some stamps for over £1,000! Every little helps. It’s such a fantastic charity, I’m delighted to do it.’

Graham – Retail Volunteer specialising in stamp and coin sales