There are many ways you can help support Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care within your community. Here are some of the ways in which our Community Fundraising team can help you raise money at home.
We try to get our Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care collection tins out into the community as much as possible – on office reception desks, in shops, at the gym, on pub counters… If you are able to offer a home to one of our tins, please call us on 01252 729446 or email email@example.com
We always need volunteer drivers to regularly collect our full tins and replace them with empty ones. If you are interested in learning more about this important job or other voluntary positions, please have a look at our volunteering pages to find out more.
A Home Money Box is the perfect way to collect all that spare change lying around whilst supporting Phyllis Tuckwell. It’s a way of giving when you can afford it and with money that you won’t miss.
It’s a way of giving when you can afford it and with money that you won’t miss. Simply request a box and start filling it with loose change. When the box is full either bring it to the Hospice in Farnham, or take it to your local shop. To request your box call 01252 729446 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We rely heavily on the support of our local community to ensure that we can raise over £20,000 each day, to enable us to provide our important services. We welcome anyone who would be keen to hold an event in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care to contact us for support and any resources we can offer.
There are three simple steps to holding a successful event:
|1. Tell us about your event!
Contact us on 01252 729446 or at email@example.com to tell us about your ideas and any plans you have made. We would love to hear from you so we can advise and support you as much as possible. We can easily equip you with lots of helpful things like banners and posters and also add your event to our events diary on our website and to the paper copies we distribute. We can also enable you to use our logo and charity number on your event materials.
|2. Make thorough plans…
As our Fundraising Team know, planning your event well is very important. Try to choose a date that gives you enough time to get things organised, and think carefully about the following things:
– Costs involved
– Licenses and laws you need to consider
– Setting yourself a fundraising target
– Who do you need to help you?
|3. Maximising your fundraising!
Think about all the ways you can maximise the fundraising potential of your event, including:
– Online giving
– Selling refreshments/food
– Entrance fee
– Gift Aid
– Matched giving by your place of work
We want to help make your fundraising experience both enjoyable and rewarding so please remember to use the expertise and support of the Fundraising Team at Phyllis Tuckwell whenever you need them. You can find some additional information and guidelines in the Fundraising tools section of the website.
Be an extension of our Fundraising Team in the community!
Being part of a support group can really make a difference…
Phyllis Tuckwell has several well-established and thriving support groups across our catchment area. We are always looking to expand and develop these crucial fundraising groups further. If you’ve ever fancied turning your hand to fundraising and believe passionately in the work of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care, now is your chance to become part of a tight-knit, energetic community team.
All the support group members are volunteers and their main task is to help raise the profile of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care in the community and to help us maximise our fundraising in specific areas.
Phyllis Tuckwell has support groups in:
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If you are interested in learning more about these groups or other voluntary positions, please have a look at our volunteering pages to find out more.