Nottinghamshire Hospice

Adding Life to Days

Community fundraising

Nottinghamshire Hospice is at the heart of the local community, providing care for local people. We rely on the fantastic fundraising efforts of our amazing supporters to be able to continue offering our services, which are free to our patients and their carers and families.

There are many different ways your group can support us and make a difference.

Here are just a few:

  • Adopt Nottinghamshire Hospice as your Charity of the Year (COY)
  • Organise a fundraising event
  • Volunteer at our events, join volunteer days or sign up for longer term volunteering
  • Share your skills and expertise to help us develop ours
  • Source raffle prizes for our events and challenges
  • Raise awareness about what we do
  • Have a collection box at your group or at one of your events
  • Help the environment and host a clothing collection drive within your group
  • Recycle your old mobile phones, empty laser printer and inkjet printer cartridges

However you choose to support us we’ll work with you to make sure you get the most out of your partnership with us. We’ll invite you to come and meet our Community Fundraiser, and Rowena Naylor-Morrell, our Chief Executive, see us in action and talk about how we can work together.

We’ll promote your group and any activities and events you are involved in through our website and social media channels, increasing your exposure throughout the local area – see our Hospice Heroes gallery.

Here’s what other local groups have done:

Rolls Royce Musical Theatre held a Silver Sounds event, celebrating 25 years of music, song, comedy and dance, and raised a fantastic £500 for the hospice.

Lady Bay and Ruddington Choir organised a fundraising concert in support of Nottinghamshire Hospice at All Hallows church in Lady Bay. The choir performed a number of songs for their captivated audience, including a World War One themed sing-along and a brilliant saxophone performance from Will Bracha. Bernie Bracha, the choir’s conductor, said, “The choir is a community choir in every sense of the word and it was a joy to put on the event for a great cause.”

Pete Spence, President of the RAOB, and his group picked Nottinghamshire Hospice as their Charity of the Year and went to great lengths to help raise money. They organised a 20-mile walk from the hospice to Pete’s house in Derbyshire, and a Firewalk for their own and other lodges to really challenge themselves. The group raised an amazing £7,076 for Nottinghamshire Hospice, which will pay for 23 days of Hospice at Home care for patients.

If you and your group would like to support us please get in touch with Fundraising, by calling 0115 910 1008 or emailing