There are so many ways that you support The Hospice of St Francis, from donating your spare coins to taking on the challenge of a lifetime, supporting our events or even holding one of your own.
Without the help and support of our community we simply couldn’t provide our free, expert care for people living with life-limiting illnesses in West Herts and south Bucks, and provide support for their loved ones.
You could participate in one of the many and varied events that we organise every year. Check our Events Calendar to see what you could take part in.
From coffee mornings to skydives, discos to duathlons, there are thousands of ways you could raise money for The Hospice of St Francis.
Or perhaps you’ve already chosen your own challenge? Are you running a marathon or a 5K race? Climbing a mountain? Organising a quiz? Trekking somewhere exciting?
We’ll provide all the support you need and will be cheering you on, whatever the challenge or event you choose for yourself!
For support in planning your fundraising please call our team on 01442 869 555 or e-mail email@example.com
Your small change could make a huge difference! Is there a space in your home or business for one of our collecting tubs? You can help make every penny count by popping your spare change into one of our home collection boxes.
There are so many way that your company could support our The Hospice of St Francis. By joining our Corporate Partner Network, sponsoring one of our events or making The Hospice of St Francis your charity of the year, you could help support our patient care.
In times of great sadness, making a donation to charity to celebrate someone’s life can be a real comfort. Your gesture will enable us to continue to provide our invaluable services to many more families who need us.
From weddings and civil partnerships to ruby anniversaries, landmark birthdays to retirement collections, whatever you’re celebrating, ask your family and friends for donations to The Hospice of St Francis instead.
After taking care of your family and friends, you may want to think about leaving a gift to the Hospice in your Will.
There is no obligation to do so but all legacies are very important to us and will provide essential funding for our future.