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Thank you for your support during January 2021

Thursday 4 February 2021

A huge and heartfelt thank you to every one of you who has supported St Barnabas House in any way during January.

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!

Brooks Lights – Webpage

Christmas lights display

Wilf and Christine Brooks for raising £1,814.10 from their Christmas lights display

Helen Trott and Matt Grant for spending Christmas Day walking a Marathon over the hills and raising £1,646

Jo Polley, “The Unlocked Singer” and friends for raising £283 from her musical Advent Calendar

The Wishing Tree in Bury Drive, Worthing for raising £182.93

The Boundstone Carol Singers for raising £330 from posting carols online

Jen Brooker who raised £205 by running 100K in December

Julie and Sophie – web

Julie Perry & Sophie Munday

Julie Perry and Sophie Munday for raising £1,745 from their runs during 2020 in memory of Patti Haines

Harbour View Health Care for holding a raffle and raising £145

St Mary’s Church Broadwater for their donation of £103.51

East Preston & Kingston Horticultural Society for raising £50 from their raffle

Kirsty McGinn for asking for donations in lieu of Christmas presents, raising £105

Jack Munnelly for recording a cover version of The Fairy Tale of New York which raised £470

The Guild of the Nineteen Lubricators for their £500 donation

Sue Plautz – web

Wear It Festive participants for raising £2,000 to date

Sue Plautz at Beeding News for raising £1,100 from lottery, bonus ball, raffles and other activities during 2020 and for raising an incredible total of £16,403 since 2007, including to £5,610 from Night to Remember 2019.

Sompting Village Morris for their £100 donation

The Secret Santa Group’s Zoom Bingo which raised £100

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