Rossendale Hospice are a charity and as such we have to raise 75% of our yearly £1,000,000 running costs ourselves.
Fundraising and retail income which we rely on so heavily was dramatically reduced during the COVID crisis whilst the need for our services across our community went up. Our supporters are vital.
Want to help but don't know where to start? There are so many different ways!
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See what community events we run across the year to fundraise and sign up for your favourites.
Enjoy an evening with friends! Receive a box per person, that contains Courage gin samples and other goodies! Minimum donation of £12.50 each which will fund a patient meal. Organise your Girls Night Gin around the delivery dates available : Thursday 12th October | Thursday 9th November | 7th December If you need some entertainment or pampering to go with your evening in then let us help by putting you in touch with local pamper party representatives such as Body Shop & Tropic Skincare. or You can dedicate a Girls Night Gin package for someone special and have it sent directly to them on one of the delivery dates.
What is the Trade up Challenge? When taking part in this challenge you will be sent a random object or item and your challenge is to sell it or swap it as many times as you can. Each time you exchange it for something of higher value. The challenge runs until 1st March and then you have 3 options to trade in your end item: 1) Sell it for the final time and donate the proceeds to Rossendale Hospice 2) Sell it via Ebay and choose to donate a percentage of the proceeds to Rossendale Hospice 3) Donate the final item to the Hospice and we will sell the item through our Ebay Shop. It’s totally free to sign up and have a go.You are not required to raise a certain amount of money. £50 could fund a Hospice at Home visit for a patient receiving end of life care
The Light up a Life Service Thursday 7th December We invite you to join us on Thursday 7th December for an evening of candle-lit remembrance at St Mary’s Church, Rawtenstall. Tickets are free for those who have remembered loved ones but it is not compulsory to attend the service. A Brass Band will play alongside local school children who will be singing carols during the service. This leads to the poignant moment where you will light your candle and reflect as you watch your loved ones names appear on the presentation screens. Services are usually filmed by Bigtank Productions and the virtual service will be available on our website soon after the event. Please ensure all dedications are done by Friday 1st December