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Challenge yourself for your Hospice!

Your fundraising will help us provide free specialist palliative care for our patients.

This New Year, we’re asking our supporters to challenge themselves for their local Hospice. We want you to join us and pledge to take on a challenge in 2018 and raise money for Princess Alice Hospice.

steveSteve pledged to complete an exhilarating tandem skydive. Here he explains why:

“‘I wanted to do something for such a great cause as everyone at Princess Alice Hospice was so amazing when they cared for my dad. I would recommend this to anyone – it was one of the best things I have ever done in my life – words cannot express how phenomenal it was. I say pluck up the courage and do it!”

For more information on our skydives, click here.

 

philPhil Lanes pledged to abseil down the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth. He likes to take on new challenges and this is why he did it for us:

“Princess Alice Hospice is so much more than a place to die. It enables patients to live to the full, to take advantage of precious moments. I’m glad that the money raised from my challenge has meant that the Hospice can provide that care for even more local people.”

Click here for a video of Phil’s abseil and to find out more about why he chose to support his local Hospice.

 

DannyDanny pledged to complete the 100-mile RideLondon event. Here he explains why:

“The day itself was such an amazing experience – I felt nervous but prepared, and grateful for all the support I’d received in the build up to the race from the Fundraising team. It was brilliant to be able to ride through the streets near to where I live, which meant my family and friends could cheer me on as I rode past, which definitely helped give me extra motivation to reach that finish line! I’m so proud to have been able to raise money for and support my local Hospice, which makes such a difference to our community.”

Click here for more information on this event.

 

Your challenge could be in memory of a loved one, like John. Your challenge could be in support of a wonderful local cause, like Phil. Your challenge could be just that, your own challenge – pushing yourself to take on something new, try a different experience, see what you can achieve when you put your mind to it!