There are hundreds of ways to support your local hospice and whether you have your own idea already or need a little inspiration, we’d love to hear from you.
It might be a bike ride, a coastal walk or trek, an organised run you are taking part in or even a car rally, nothing is too big or crazy!
The Challenge Fundraising Team can’t wait to help you through your fundraising journey. Please complete the short contact form below and we’ll be in touch to help get you started.
Our events team are on hand throughout to support you with your fundraising every step of the way.
Step by Step
An online giving page is the best way to spread the word of what you are doing for the hospice. Set up a JustGiving page here. There’s no time like the present, so it’s best to start your fundraising as soon as you can and give your supporters plenty of time to donate.
Your supporters will be encouraged to donate if you have set yourself a target, everyone loves something to work towards! Plus, if you hit your target ahead of event day, don’t be afraid to increase it!
Your friends and family want to know why you have chosen to fundraise for the hospice. Whether it’s a personal connection or support for a local cause, a personal ask and heart-felt explanation can go a long way – make sure to include it in your online giving page too. Add photos of your fundraising journey as supporters love to see how you are getting on.
You are doing something amazing, so don’t be afraid to shout about it! Use social media, email or even our event poster which can be printed out to spread the word about your challenge. Remember to include a link to your page so they can pledge their support.
Just a simple ‘Thank You’ goes a long way and lets your amazing supporters know that their donation is valued, no matter how big it is and how their support is helping care and support families in their local community.Whether it’s in person, a text, or an online message, it can make a huge difference to your fundraising support both now, and in the future.