Get active today, and join our community of fundraisers who help St Wilfrid's support over 900 patients and their loved ones each year with vital specialist care services such as symptom control, physiotherapies and bereavement support.
Put the fun into fundraising by visiting stwh.co.uk/getactive to discover new activities and adrenaline charged challenges you can be part of in 2021. Here are some Spring highlights:
Discover a new passion with our 1-hour flower workshops. Learn to create a beautiful and fresh displays for your home. Sign up at stwh.co.uk/getcrafting to receive all the flowers and accessories delivered to your home, then join us online live or receive the recorded tutorial from Libby of Rose & Ivy Floral Design.
Take on a sponsored 10,000ft free fall tandem skydive for St Wilfrid’s and experience a whole minute of free fall fun! All training is provided and everything is managed by experienced instructors in a Covid-safe training site lauded as the country’s best for first time jumpers. Register at stwh.co.uk/leap4love.
Abseil a local landmark that stands taller than Big ben! Challenge yourself this summer with an incredible 100 metre descent down the iconic Spinnaker Tower and enjoy panoramic views of the south coast and beyond. Register at stwh.co.uk/abseil.
Climb one of the world’s largest sand dunes in the Sahara with our 6-day overseas trek for 2022 now open for applications. Register for our free online info evening on April 27, led by an experienced trek leader at stwh.co.uk/saharatrek.
All of St Wilfrid’s exciting adrenaline-fueled challenges come with flexi date guarantees so you can book with confidence.
We also have something for green thumbs, quizzes to test your grey matter and DIY kits for fundraisers for those who want to help from home!
For 34 years St Wilfrid's has delivered compassionate end of life care in the heart of our community completely free to patients and their loved ones. Something possible only thanks to the ongoing support of local people like you. From the all the doctors, nurses, volunteers and staff at St Wilfrid’s, thank you.