Hospice still needs to raise £12,000 EVERY day… download its new virtual fundraising pack and do your bit to help

Every day St Michael’s Hospice needs to raise £12,000 to keep doing what it does so well.

That’s why the St Leonards based charity has just launched a virtual fundraising pack, featuring ideas to get online event creative juices flowing.

From socially distanced tea and cake to virtual talent shows the pack demonstrates how everyone can get involved and raise those much needed funds for your local Hospice.

The £12,000 a day that the Hospice needs to raise provides vital services to Hastings and Rother and like many charitable organisations St Michael’s Hospice needs your help more than ever, during this unusual time.

For those who had been planning to host or attend an event that has been cancelled, why not consider supporting the Hospice by setting up a virtual collection bucket and ask people to make a donation.

Just get in touch with the fundraising team today to find out how to get involved on 01424 445177 or email fundraising@stmichaelshospice.com. 

To download your free pack, visit www.stmichaelshospice.com/vfp

One thought on “Hospice still needs to raise £12,000 EVERY day… download its new virtual fundraising pack and do your bit to help

  1. our band are based in hastings, i would like to pos do a free gig to rais money for the hospice, we are called sound syndicate, we have been around for many years,and have about 450 followers on our fb page,my name is james mcgowan,tel 01424434418, i live in hast old town, in the bourne, i will have a meeting with my band members and try to see what we can come up with re raising some funds for st m h.

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