Kilbryde Community Champion and Hope’s Heroes

3 July, 2019

We are excited to announce we have launched our Kilbryde Community Champion Scheme.

Could you become a Kilbryde Hospice Champion or Hope’s Hero?

Kilbryde Hospice would not exist without the continued support of the community. Our goal is to strengthen the link with the community.

We have two opportunities for you!

Do you want to become a Kilbryde Community Champion? This is a new and exciting way for you to get involved and learn more about how we can work together. Are you part of a social group, club or business or would like to support Kilbryde Hospice as an individual then we would love you to sign up and become a Kilbryde Community Champion!

We are asking our community champions to not only to fundraise, but also to raise awareness of Kilbryde Hospice. There is no time limit on reaching your fundraising milestones.

Fundraising Milestones

Bronze Award


Silver Award


Gold Award


On top of receiving your personalised award, we will continue to recognise and honour your hard work that is ongoing throughout the community.

Hope’s Heroes

We want our little supporters to get involved too!

Children under 13 can become a member of Hope’s Hero Squad. By signing up children will receive an activity pack and a special badge welcoming them to Hope’s Hero Squad

Similar to our community champions, Hope has set squad goals and there is no time limit on reaching these milestones.

Hope’s Squad Goals

Totally Awesome Award


Squad Superstar


Hospice Hero


Every time you hit a milestone; you will receive your personalised award specially delivered by Hope herself ensuring everyone gets to meet our amazing mascot! Kilbryde we will continue to recognise super-duper hard work!

For more information or to get involved CLICK HERE

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