Virtual Fundraising

7 April, 2020

Now more than ever we need your support!

You can donate now via JustGiving;

The hospice relies on our team of fundraisers, volunteers and supporters to raise vital funds throughout the year. The Covid-19 virus has stopped everything we have had planned. Please help us to keep going.

While spending time at home you can help us to keep the fundraising going! Below we’ve outlined some simple ideas for you to do at home to support Kilbryde Hospice. It’s easy and you can use apps like House Party, Zoom, or just Facebook and Facetime. Remember, it’s not necessarily about making huge sums. Even a family event where everyone donates a few pounds will contribute to our work or you can encourage people to sponsor you;

▪ Host a virtual quiz with your friends/family online
▪️ Have a fun Bingo Night
▪️ Sporting Activity; do you have an exercise bike? Why not set a target and cycle, cycle, cycle! Facebook live it if you’re brave enough!
▪️ Download our Cosy Cocktails Pack and mix up some fun with friends
▪️ Sponsored Silence – maybe one for the kids!?
▪️ Brave the Shave! Do you have anyone in your household who would shave their hair in aid of Kilbryde?
▪️ Mini Bake-Off in your house. Share recipes with family and enjoy judging each other’s creations
▪️ Talent Show – set your family up against the talent of friends, neighbours and relatives

Charge an entry prize to your online event or ask for sponsorship.


You can donate now via JustGiving;

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