Last year Sue Ryder Nurses and Leckhampton Court Hospice provided 130,000 hours of support to patients and their families.
Our palliative care is free, but it costs us £3.6m per year to provide it, which equates to £10,000 per day.
What can I do to support Leckhampton Court Hospice?
Without the tireless fundraising of our supporters, we would not be able to continue to provide the care that we are so well known for.
Not only do our supporters raise a huge amount of money towards our services, they also help to spread the word about Sue Ryder so more people know about what we do and how we can help.
We urgently need more supporters to organise events and take part in fundraising challenges. Fundraising for Sue Ryder is a great way to meet new people, help to develop your skills and ensure that we can continue to provide care to local families when they need us the most.
Our fundraising team is here to support you every step of the way and help you to achieve your fundraising goals.
How can my business support Leckhampton Court Hospice?
Join the growing number of local businesses supporting our hospice through charity partnerships, sponsorships, creative fundraising and corporate volunteering opportunities.
When you support our hospice our professional fundraising team will work with you to create a personalised plan to meet your needs as a business.
For more information call 01242 246285 or email email@example.com.
What local community events are happening in support of Leckhampton Court Hospice?
Looking for something to do with friends and family in Gloucestershire whilst helping our Sue Ryder Nurses, care staff and support teams be there when it matters for local families?
Here’s a list of latest events right across the county being arranged by our amazing volunteers and supporters, helping to raise vital funds for our expert and compassionate care.
From coffee mornings to karaoke nights and from pub quizzes to musical performances or family fun-filled days out, there is something for everyone.
If you’d like to list details of your community event in support of our hospice here please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our fundraising team will be able to help make sure you get all the support and materials you need to hold a successful event too!
Community Fundraising Events 2019
Leckhampton Court Coffee Mornings
Date: First Saturday of the month, from 10.30am
Location: Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, Day Hospice building
Details: Everyone is welcome. Freshly ground coffee donated by The Coffee Dispensary and delicious homemade cakes. Bring your friends, family, meet new people or just sit back and relax.
Gloucestershire's Great Big Pub Quiz
Date & location: Up to you!
Details: Hold your own pub quiz in support of Leckhampton Court Hospice this summer! Download your FREE pub quiz pack now containing everything you'll need to organise, run and promote your fundraiser.
Date: 9th November, 7.30pm
Location: St Barnabas Hall, Gloucester
Details: Ceilidh dancing with Threepenny Bit and Sheena Masson. £12 entry.
Singing Saturday at John Lewis & Partners, Cheltenham!
Date: Saturday 7th December
Location: John Lewis & Partners, Cheltenham
Details: A day of singing in store, raising funds for our hospice and Linc. Choir performances from: 10am - Winchcombe Abbey Primary School, 11am – The Beauregard Youth Choir, 12pm – St John’s Primary School, 1pm - Pittville School, 2pm - Churchdown Male Voice Choir, 3pm – Word of Mouth Singers
Date: Saturday 30th November
Location: The Plough, Prestbury
Details: Christmas market stalls organised by Create Cheltenham featuring lots of local crafty stall holders. There will be activities for children available too.
So what are you waiting for? Get in touch today!
If you would like to support us by fundraising, we'd love to talk about the different ways that you can help.
Tel: 01242 246 285
Make a donation
£19 could pay for one hour of our expert care, helping people live the best life they possibly can, while £60 could provide one session of bereavement counselling for someone struggling to cope with the loss of a loved one. We’re always grateful for every donation, however big or small.