An open letter of thanks from our Communications Senior Manager
The response to the Spring edition of Hello, my name is… Alice has been incredible and I really hope you enjoyed reading it. With your help, the magazine raised over £20,000 for local Hospice care through the cash draw and generous donations we received.
Two Hartlepool youngsters are running 50 miles each this April in support of Alice House.
The girls initially set themselves a £200 target but have already smashed that with a total (at time of writing) already in excess of £500.
Inspirational 6 year old Mia Tubuna and her friend 7 year old Isla Ryan set themselves the huge challenge to raise funds for Alice House Hospice.
Battling all weather’s the two friends set out to walk a mile a day throughout January; they completed the challenge and smashed their £300 fundraising target to raise an incredible £1,560.
The organisers of an annual fundraising event have continued to support Alice House, despite their event being cancelled last year due to the pandemic.
The Liam Gough night, is held every November at Rovers Quoit Club in Hartlepool, in aid of Alice House and its thirteenth event would have been due to proceed in November 2020.
Everyone at Alice House has been overwhelmed by the response from our local community over the festive period
A much needed boost after most of our fundraising activities were cancelled last year due to Covid-19!
On 24th October 2019, the #TeamSally 12-in-12 Challenge Series was started, with the goal of raising funds for Alice House Hospice.
The total raised during the year was £15,038, bringing the total raised since September 2014 to over £45,000
7 year old Harper Holtom has bravely decided to have her beautiful hair cut to raise funds for Alice House Hospice
Last year two of Harper’s family members – Norman Lacy and Nora Robinson were both cared for in the hospice and Harper wanted to do this to say thank you.
A unique online gathering that lasted the summer lockdown has drawn to a close, but not before uniting people from all over the world and raising an incredible £8,500 for the patient care services provided by Alice House Hospice in Hartlepool.
The #VirtualPubCrawl was started by Hartlepool man Rob Dignen over Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Join our socially distanced Memory Stroll
Alice House Hospice partners Co-operative Funeralcare are sponsoring the charity’s Memory Stroll fundraising event for the second consecutive year. The event takes place on 20 September, after being on hold since April due to lockdown measures.
Alice House Hospice are launching their annual summer remembrance appeal ‘Forget Me Not’ to raise much needed funds for patients and families affected by incurable illnesses.
The annual campaign invites people to make a donation in memory of a loved one to the local charity.