Posts Categorised in: Fundraising & Donating News

Clay pigeon shoot raises over £60,000 for charities

A popular clay pigeon shoot event has raised over an ‘incredible’ £60,000 for two charities. The event was organised by Andrew and Bea Grant and Georgina Britten-Long and took place at Bransford Manor on 1st October. More than £60,000 was raised which will be split between St Richard’s Hospice and Child Bereavement UK. The clay… Read more »

Help hospice grow your tenner

  St Richard’s Hospice is encouraging local people to take part in a national campaign Grow Your Tenner, launching today (18th October) The campaign will match one-time donations pound-for-pound up to £10, and monthly donations up to £10 per month for 3 months. St Richard’s Hospice, which offers free care and support to people with… Read more »

Fortis Living supports hospice

BIG hearted volunteers raised more than £1,300 for St Richard’s Hospice as they got their hands dirty to make life better for people living in their community. Fortis Living staff, businesses, members of the public and a former Liverpool FC player all mucked in during a series of projects designed to help vulnerable people and… Read more »

Read a good book? Please share the joy and donate

Enjoyed a good read? Please share the joy by donating your books to be sold at our St Richard’s Hospice shops. There is popular demand for crime, sci fi/fantasy & fiction. We are particularly interested in books by the following authors: CRIME: Margery Allingham; MC Beaton; Agatha Christie; Georges Simenon;  Henning Mankell; Jo Nesbo (and all Scandinavian crime in general) Robert Galbraith. SCI-FI/Fantasy:… Read more »

Bentley By Me raises ££s for hospice care

Care2Save is delighted to announce that the winner of the Bentley by Me prize draw is Mr Rothwell from Lancashire. Mr Rothwell bought his ticket during the summer at an event in the north west of England, and never for one moment did he think he would be the lucky winner! After Bentley Motors managed… Read more »

Two weeks to go in write a Will month

  There are just two weeks left for Worcestershire residents to benefit from the St Richard’s Hospice Write a Will campaign. During September, the Worcester hospice is running its annual Write a Will month. Participating solicitors across the county are offering local people the opportunity to write a simple Will for £90, or £140 for… Read more »

Dan loses locks for hospice

A Droitwich Spa High School pupil has been shorn of his long locks to raise over £1,000 for St Richard’s Hospice in memory of his granddad. Dan Able baldly went where few pupils go and had his locks chopped off in front of school mates. The cool-headed pupil said, “I was inspired by my late… Read more »

Suckley to hold BFG Fest

The residents of Suckley have organised a beer and food festival to celebrate village life and raise funds to support hospice care across the county. The BFG Fest (Beer, Food and Gift Fest) will be held in and around Suckley Church on Saturday 24th September, from 3pm – 9pm, in aid of St Richard’s Hospice… Read more »

Mountain challenge supports hospice care

A team of intrepid hospice supporters are in training to take on a Snowdon Challenge with a difference later this month, all in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. On 24th September, Russ Walker from Worcester, will be joined by 40 friends and family to hike up and down Snowdon before cycling a 35km route around… Read more »