Chalkwell hall school donating after their harvest festival

Fundraise your way

Our hospice care can only exist because of the support and generosity from the community.

We understand that not everyone can support us in the same way but there are plenty of ways for you to fundraise for Havens Hospices and help us continue ‘Making every day count’ for the adults and children we care for, as well as their families.

Whether you're an individual, group, business or club we are here to support you with your fundraising.

How much time can you spare?

You could make a donation online or sign up for our weekly draw where there is the £1,000 to be won every week. We don’t charge a penny for our care – and that’s only possible because of donations made by people like you.

Join us as an occasional volunteer and help at one of our bucket collections. Or could you sign up to become a Special Friend? Special Friends are so important to us as they commit to making a gift on a regular basis, perhaps once a month, quarterly or yearly.

If you can fundraise for a day you could hold a cake sale in your local community or you could get your colleagues involved and hold a dress down day at work where everyone pays £1. Another way to help us continue ‘Making every day count’ is to sign up as a volunteer and support us at one of our many events.

Why not hold a ‘Bit of a Do’ for Havens Hospices. From bake offs, quizzes, garden parties, pamper days – whatever you organise as your ‘Bit of a Do’, you’ll have fun with friends and family whilst raising vital funds!

Another way to fundraise across a week is to take part in a sponsored activity, we can supply you with a sponsorship form too.

Could you display a collection tin in your shop, office, business or school? Tins can help raise over £40, which enables us to continue ‘Making every day count' for the children and adults we care for. 

If you wanted to support us for an entire year you could choose us as your Charity of the Year and host various fundraising activities and events throughout the year.

Rebecca and her Mum at Inspire
“The team at The J’s instantly understood the traumas and burdens that my girls were going through and gave me someone to lean on.” Ann, Rebecca’s mum