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There’s so many ways you can get involved and support St Barnabas House.

How your business can get involved

There are lots of different ways your company can help local people and their families. From hosting a fundraising event to giving your time, you can get involved today and make a difference.


Your team can help in our beautiful hospice gardens, sort donations for our retail shops, volunteer at one of our events or assist our Events Team with fundraising packs, sweet packing and much more.

Please complete the form and a member of the team will be in touch!

The Body Shop team July 2019

Gold, Silver and Bronze packages are available for all our flagship events including Light up a Life, Night to Remember and our St Barnabas House Golf Day.

Limited opportunities starting from £500, so apply today!

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Lots of companies choose a Charity of the Year. We would love you to choose us, even though we prefer much longer relationships! Or, let us know how to apply to your company.

Please contact us for more information.


There are some generous companies out there that offer match funding. For every £1 you raise, your company will match it up to £200 or even more!

Check if your company offers this, and if they don’t, why not suggest it to them – it’s a great way of bringing a team together.

Steve Marc Tony NS Caroline Katie and Rosie the dog 2018

Go green and have a clear out! Our 13 charity shops are always in need of quality items to sell.

We’ll supply you with charity bags to fill with all your unwanted items and we’ll arrange for our St Barnabas House van to come and collect them from you.

The average value of a bag donated to our shops is £30, so it really will go a long way! Please contact us to find out more.


Payroll Giving is a flexible scheme which allows anyone who pays UK income tax to regularly give to charities of their choice, on a tax free basis.

Find out more about Payroll Giving.