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Fundraise to add life to days
We’re very proud of the difference we make every day, but we can’t do it without you. Everyone who supports Nottinghamshire Hospice is part of a very special family.
You can donate regularly, fundraise your way, become a corporate partner or leave a gift in your will.
However you choose to support us, thank you for adding life to days!
Nottinghamshire Grief Appeal
Our Bereavement Services are facing unprecedented demand. We currently have a waiting list of people that desperately need our help, with more reaching out to us every day.
We need your help to expand our services and make sure people battling with grief have the support they deserve, from skilled staff and volunteers.
Become a friend of the hospice
Now more than ever, regular guaranteed donations are vitally important to us. You can help ensure that we’re here for the people of Nottinghamshire in 2022, 2023 and for many years beyond.
Give a one-off donation
Every donation helps our patients and their families to receive the care and support they need, when they most need it.
How to Fundraise
Give a gift in memory
A donation in memory is a wonderful tribute to a loved one and an incredibly meaningful gift for a patient.
You can give the precious gift of remembrance through a regular or one-off donation, a funeral collection, or by getting involved in our remembrance events.
Remember us in your will
Ensure your legacy lives on by leaving us a gift in your will. These incredible gifts enable us to provide much-needed care and support in your name.
We can explain how you can make this lasting gift, where your gift will go and the impact it’ll have on those who need it most.
Other ways to fundraise
There are many ways you can fundraise to support your hospice. We’d love to be your charity partner. Whether you’re a business, community group or other organisation, we can empower you to try a new fundraising challenge – whilst you support us at the same time.
Our corporate donors tell us that they also benefit hugely from their involvement with the hospice – through raised profile, volunteering opportunities, enhanced staff morale and the knowledge that they’re making a real difference.
Looking to reach a new goal, do something different to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, or maybe you want to stake a claim to be the most fearless person in the office? Fundraising challenges are a fun way to raise money for a cause close to your heart, whilst putting yourself to the test!
Fundraise your way
Over to you! We’re always amazed by how imaginative and innovative our supporters are, with many exciting projects and events up their sleeves. Be as creative and whacky as you can be – we’re here to support you all the way!
Your Hospice Lottery
1st prize £1000
2nd prize £250
185 prizes of £10
The rollover prize is selected from random numbers and if not won increases every week by £500 to a maximum of £25,000!
Why donate to us
Our precious services are only possible thanks to the financial help we receive from the communities we serve. Wonderfully generous supporters like you help to ensure that our hospice can continue to deliver the best end-of-life care for Nottinghamshire people.
Share your story
Be an inspiration. Do you have a story you’d like to share with our supporters? Whether you or a loved-one have experienced our care, have been involved in one of our events, or taken part in an exciting fundraising activity, your story will inspire others.
How your gift will help
Provides care in the last moments of life
Provides one session of bereavement support
Provides one hour of care at the end of life
Provides a wellbeing session in our GRACE Unit
Provides overnight care in someone’s home
Adding life to days
After taking up walking following the breakup of a relationship, Sian Lovatt tackled the National Three Peaks challenge in memory of her much missed grandma, raising more than £2,000 for Nottinghamshire Hospice.
Emma Kearsley ran 100 km in memory of her grandpa Charles ‘Ted’ Kearsley, raising more than £650 to say thank you for his care.
Former serviceman Matt Sharpe and 20 friends took on a gruelling seven-hour endurance challenge in the Peak District, raising a phenomenal £10,100 for Nottinghamshire Hospice, more than tripling their original £3K target.