Give in celebration

Instead of gifts for your next big celebration, why not ask your friends and family to make a donation to help care for local people with life-limiting conditions.

Celebrate and donate! Your donations make all the difference to us and the patients and families we support.

Having a party or celebrating your Wedding or Civil Partnership?

  • If you’d like to ask your friends and family to make a donation instead of buying a gift for your next special occasion, we can send you  donation envelopes for you to hand out. Your guests simply put their cash or cheque donation into the envelope and return it to the hospice.
  • Why not send envelopes out with your invitations or put them on tables at the celebration?

Do I need a St Barnabas celebration envelope to donate?

By ticking the Gift Aid option on the envelope and supplying their name and address, each donor could increase the value of their gift at no extra cost to themselves. For every £1 donated by a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid means we can claim an additional 25p from HMRC.

Collections at events

  • Why not have a collection money box at your next event? Place it by the bar (or where people are most likely to be getting their wallets out!) for your guests to put their loose change.
  • Or go cashless! If you have a JustGiving page, you can set up a QR code that your guests can scan on their smartphones and directly donate to you. Find out about QR codes on the JustGiving website.

Friends living abroad

  • Save your friends overseas the cost of postage and packaging for your next birthday present by asking for a charity donation instead. Just direct them to our JustGiving page where they can donate directly to us.

Get in touch

If you would like to order celebration envelopes or a money box, just contact our fundraising team who'd be happy to help.

Fundraising enquiries

Pay in your celebration money

Thank you for choosing us for your special occasion, you can pay in your donations here.

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Happy patients and nurse at the hospice in the gardens