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Our top fundraising tips, ideas and resources.

Pay in your fundraising

Thank you for raising money for local people with life-limiting conditions, you're making a huge difference to their lives. Pay in your fundraising here:

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Are you a business, community group or school?

Have a look through our team fundraising ideas and see how you can get involved as a group.

Groups, schools and businesses

Top tips to get you fundraising

It doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated – many of our fundraisers hold small events at school or at work such as dressing differently for a day, car washing or auctioning off the boss.

  • Research first: Have a look over our Easy ways to fundraise page to get inspiration.
  • Let us know: We’re here to help – let us know what you’re planning and we’ll do all we can to make it a success!
  • Get sponsored: Ask family, friends and colleagues if they would be prepared to join in with your event or sponsor you. JustGiving is an easy way to set up your sponsorship online.
  • Think about the logistics: Book the date and venue well in advance, and don’t be afraid to use people’s skills and experience to help you.
  • Get the word out there: Publicise your event using social media, posters, leaflets, local press and word-of-mouth. We can help you with that too, have a look over our fundraising materials page for more information.
  • Keep the buzz going: Tell people afterwards how much money you raised, and how grateful you are for their support.

Thank you

Every month we celebrate the amazing fundraisers who have generously donated to us. Have a look at what the Worthing community was up to last month.

Thank you

How your fundraising makes a difference


could provide a seated exercise class for a group of patients, with gentle chair-based exercises to suit all abilities.


could fund a gardening session where patients can plant flowers, grow vegetables, and spend time chatting in the tranquil hospice grounds.


is enough to give a patient a a whole night of hospice care at home, surrounded by home comforts they love