Thank you for your support during September 2021

A huge and heartfelt thank you to every one of you who has supported St Barnabas House in September.

From wonderful young and young-at-heart people to clubs, groups and businesses, here are some of you who have supported the hospice recently – we wish we could mention each and every one of you!  We are delighted and grateful for all the wonderful ways each of you makes a real difference to local people.

  • Thank you to everyone who took part in Night to Remember 2021, together you raised over £70,000 which is an amazing achievement. After holding the event virtually last year, it was great to be able to welcome back our dedicated walkers and volunteers in person. We know many of you took part in memory of family or friends who have been cared for by the hospice and that shared experience is what brought everyone together and created the amazing atmosphere. After a challenging year, every pound you raised will ensure we can continue to be there for local people and their families when they need it most. Thank you.
  • Everyone who has raised funds through donations in lieu of birthday and anniversary gifts including Del Doune who raised £1,255.53 for St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House from his 80th birthday celebrations
  • Sue Plautz for being a star abseiler for St Barnabas House and raising a whopping £9,597 in sponsorship! Thank you Sue and all your supporters at Beeding News Agency.
  • The Ship Inn, Southwick for raising £4,100.35 from their fundraising day on 18 September in memory of a customer who was cared for by St Barnabas
  • The Nigel Edwards Memorial Trophy golf day which raised £2,714.  This event has raised a staggering £15,402 since it started in 2015
  •  Visitors and volunteers who supported The National Garden Scheme Open Garden at St Barnabas which raised £454 in donations for refreshments and plant sales.
  • Thank you to all the Brighton Marathon Megastars and BM10k Champions for raising over £15,000 with your run
  • Andrea’s Wish sale for raising £1,095
  • Pauline for making and selling crochet items which raised £110
  • Residents of Homesearle House for raising £50 at their coffee morning
  • Angmering Voices for their £104 donation on the closure of their group
  • The Fox pub in Patching for raising £104.06 in their latest collecting box
  • The Windmill Theatre in Littlehampton for raising £38.30 in their collecting box

 

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