We can make a difference to local lives by working together with you and your employees. Whether it’s engaging with staff and encouraging them to fundraise or developing an innovative partnership, we know that we can achieve a huge amount with your help.
We are committed to the community in which we work and live and are immensely proud to take an active role in supporting St Wilfrid’s Hospice, giving something back through fundraising and volunteering opportunities. We encourage our employees to use working hours to help raise awareness and money for St Wilfrid’s and in doing so make a positive difference to the local community.
We are always on the lookout for more volunteers and we have lots of volunteering opportunities for example, you can help out behind the scenes at one of our events, join in our street collections, have our collection boxes around your workplace or many other opportunities.
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Sponsoring the equipment or items we need to buy for one of our events will reduce our costs and help us make more of the money we raise. You could also ‘Pay for a Day’, a day’s running costs for the whole Hospice, our Day Hospice, our Hospice at Home or our Clinical Nurse Specialists.
Matched giving is another way you can support your staff, supporting us. Pledging to match what they raise through their individual means is a great motivator, makes your staff feel fantastic and doubles their donation to us.
We are also part of the Local Hospice Lottery so staff can sign themselves up to be in with a chance of wining in the weekly draw.
If your business would like to help us, we would love you to join us as a Corporate Partner. Call Alisa Lakeman-Ford, our Trusts and Corporates Senior Officer on 01243 755184 for a chat or email her at email@example.com,
Simon Wilson, Co-Founder and Director of Greystone Engineering said “At Greystone we are committed to the community in which we work and live and are immensely proud to take an active role in supporting St Wilfrid’s Hospice, giving something back through fundraising and volunteering opportunities. We encourage our employees to use working hours to help raise awareness and money for St Wilfrid’s and in doing so make a positive difference to the local community.”
Frances and Roger Patterson of Agincourt Carriage Masters “We at Agincourt Carriage Masters want to help a charity that is at the heart of the community, caring for residents and families at a time of great need. Supporting St Wilfrid’s Hospice means we are taking an active role in supporting the families in our local community.”
Covers Timber Merchants and Builders Merchants have been in operation for over 170 years and have a chain of depots throughout the South Coast of England including Chichester, open to the trade and to the public. They are specialist timber merchants and builders merchants, but also supply a wide range of products and services for both the building trade and for home DIY. Covers run a Help the Hospices Week to raise money for the hospices in their local areas.