Members of Hartlepool Golf Club are celebrating a milestone in fundraising for Alice House Hospice, having raised over £100,000 for the charity in just ten years.
Staff and volunteers at Alice House Hospice were delighted to receive a visit from local businessman David Garside of NE Security Limited who brought with him a generous donation of £2,000.
For the past 19 years Alice House Hospice has been welcoming members of the public to its Light Up a Life Remembrance Service held each December.
Inspirational David Cranson took part in his fourth Hartlepool Big Lime Triathlon in August to raise funds for Alice House Hospice.
David, an army veteran who lost most of his sight as a result of a hereditary condition, was helped round the 750-meter swim by his guide Lesley Watson and around the 20K bike ride and 5K run by Howie Murray.
Alice House Hospice has had over a decade of support from the Kay Smith Fund. Read about the epic journey of local one young man to raise funds for the Fund in memory of his Nana.
On January 7th this year, Ryan Clayton made a promise to his Nana Ellen shortly before she passed away that he would lose some weight and get fit!
Hartlepool’s Matalan store have supported Alice House as one of their nominated charities since 2013 and in that short time have raised £22,500 for their local Hospice.
This support has taken a number of forms from event support, selling Hospice merchandise and calendars, raffles to staff members organising their own fundraising. The store has also had collection boxes for the charity and sourced company donations to boost fundraising.
Hospice Supporter, Volunteer and Amateur Potter
Margaret was a lifetime supporter of Alice House Hospice, becoming involved from the very beginning and volunteering in a variety of ways.
Fundraisers are thanking the staff and members of a local gym for their ongoing support of Alice House.
Atom Health & Fitness, based at Wynyard have raised nearly £3,000 over the last three years for Alice House which is their nominated charity.