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Thank you for your support during the summer of 2020

Friday 2 October 2020

A huge and heartfelt thank you to all of you who have supported St Barnabas House in any way during the summer of 2020.

James Cook

James Cook

From wonderful people, young and young at heart, to clubs, groups, organisations and businesses, here are a few of you who have helped to provide vital hospice care through your recent support. We wish we could mention every single one of you!

James Cook for testing his physical and mental limits by taking on a gruelling 24-hour endurance cycle challenge, raising an incredible £4,221. What an inspirational chap!

Ian & Helen Holden, and Toby
Unable to host their monthly pub quiz at The Swallows Return, Worthing, they took the pub quiz online with their ‘The Professor and the Fool’ regular quiz nights on Zoom. The team have raised an incredible £2,000

Our wonderful volunteers who took part in Sunrise to Remember either by being part of the virtual cheering squad or taking part in the walk and all those we welcomed back at the South Downs Trek.

All our brilliant 2.6 Challenge participants, who raised £10,426 through their running, walking, cycling and other fun challenges

Team with their bikes

Legal & General Mature Savings

Legal & General Mature Savings for raising over £100,000 since our partnership began in April 2017. Their incredible determination and commitment saw them host quiz nights, make up sales, comedy nights, sponsored walks and cycles and raffles.

Richard Place Dobson for kindly choosing us as their Charity of the Year, raising nearly £4,400 from their quiz night, office bake off, footgolf tournament and dress down days.

The wonderful Brattle Family for raising £1,500 in lieu of their famous Big Get Together event that was sadly cancelled due to the pandemic.

Armoured for Life who took on an epic burpees challenge in lockdown, raising a fantastic £1,300

Abseiler coming down Spinnaker Tower

Spinnaker Tower Abseil

Thank you to all our St Barnabas Fab-seilers, who took on the stunning abseil challenge down the iconic Spinnaker Tower. You are an inspiration to so many and make local hospice care possible

Findon Cricket Club for completing their running, cycling and walking challenge, covering 7852 miles in June, raising £1228

Hannah Croft for raising £2,265 from her run challenge in memory of her Dad, Paul Croft

Blake Harman who ran 2000 miles in May and raised £690

Rich’s Corona Cut at Maverick Hair Studio for raising £593

Laura Hutton for her 30 miles in July, raising £930

Worthing Hockey Club for hosting their Family Fun Day in memory of Andie Chambers, raising an excellent £1,124.50

Suzie after the shave

Suzie Parsons after the shave

The Crescenters for their socially distanced stroll which raised £2,374

Suzie Parsons for raising £3,600 from her head shave

Rachel Anne “Ladybird” for walking 100 laps of her square and raising £820

Emma Berkowitz, Daniel & Joshua for cycling for 12 hours and raising £2,147

Dotty Bartram for pedaling the distance to Paris and raising £351

Home Sale Hub for their Five to Survive challenge raising £244

James Brock dressed as Batman

James Brock

James Brock for his sponsored Fancy Dress Friday Runs that raised an excellent £1,600

Samantha Hawkins for raising £843 from her wonderful VE Day Singalong

Sophie Garwood for raising a massive £4,245 from her 4-hour HIIT session

Heidi Tribe & Shelley Rice for their online auction which raised a generous £2,752

Lucy Armand for her 10K run, which raised £500

Ella Grace for learning to ride then completing her cycle ride raising £630

Toby Benham, Oliver Hunt & Sutton Auckett for completing their Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle challenge, raising £1,755

If you would like to find out more about how you can support St Barnabas House, please visit our Get Involved page.