Nottinghamshire Hospice

Adding Life to Days

Hospice Heroes – Charity Challenge Open Day

Come along to the hospice between 10am and 12 noon on Saturday 27th January to join our biggest team of hospice heroes ever! Our fundraising team will be on hand to answer all of your hospice-hero related questions and match you to your ideal challenge.

Details

Date:

27 Jan 2018

Start time:

10am

End time:

12 noon

Location:

Nottinghamshire Hospice, 384 Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NG3 4JF

Information

Join the biggest team of hospice heroes ever seen!

Come along to the hospice between 10am and 12 noon on Saturday 27th January to join our biggest team of hospice heroes ever! Our fundraising team will be on hand to answer all of your hospice-hero related questions and match you to your ideal challenge.

If you’re looking for something a little different that’s not on our current list then please do still come along as we can work with you to find the perfect challenge for you! Whether you’re looking to do a challenge on your own, with friends, or with colleagues, there’s something for everyone!

The first 15 people to sign up to a challenge on the day will win a pair of Nottingham Panthers v Belfast Giants tickets!

Can’t make it to the event but would like to find out more about the challenges on offer? Take a look at the events page or contact Elaine Hopkins on 0115 910 1008 ext 251 /fundraising@nottshospice.org

Your Mission

You won’t be just getting out of your comfort zone or getting fit and healthy – your training and hard work will support people in Nottinghamshire dealing with a life-limiting illness, so the money and awareness you raise really will change lives locally.

Every year Nottinghamshire Hospice has to raise £2.7 million to provide end of life care across the county – that’s over £7,000 a day! Access to Day TherapyHospice at Home and Bereavement services for our patients and their families is free of charge and is only made possible through the generous support of the community through events like this.

Without our hospice heroes, we wouldn’t be able to be there for our patients and their families at the most difficult times of their lives.