Volunteers at Alice House Hospice are involved in every way, from Patient care to Fundraising, Retail Shops to Admin, Finance to Catering and Gardening and Hen Keeping.
Alby Pattison returns to the Great North Run following injury.
Alby Pattison, CEO of Hartlepool based firm Hart Biologicals, recent MBE recipient and patron of Alice House Hospice is returning to his passion for running after overcoming an injury, to raise funds for his chosen charity.
Local company Bridgman IBC completed a three day coast to coast bike ride in aid of their nominated charity Alice House Hospice and raised over £6,000 in sponsorship for patients and families who are affected by incurable illnesses.
Seven Bridgman IBC staff members took part in the challenge, cycling 148 miles and climbing 10,000 ft. over the three days. The team smashed their fundraising target of £5,000 and raised an incredible £6,169.72 which is already being put to good use at Alice House.
Hays Travel in Hartlepool are showing support for their local Hospice by organising a summer coach trip to York, with proceeds going to Alice House.
The travel agents have supported Alice House Hospice in a variety of ways over the years, including sponsorship and raffles, but this latest idea came from a conversation between Carol Sennett, Corporate Fundraiser at the Hospice and Kirsty Fay Wilson, Hays Branch Manager in Hartlepool.
We are really looking forward to our 10th-anniversary Dogs’ Big Day Out.
This fun packed event takes place on Sunday 7th July at Summerhill Country Park in Hartlepool and runs from 10am until 3pm. The day is guaranteed to get tails wagging with lots of displays and activities for both owners and their dogs to join in.
Expamet, part of the Birtley Group, is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of expanded metal mesh is celebrating their 130th Anniversary in 2019 and have recently donated £130 to Alice House Hospice as part of their celebrations.
Expamet launched a competition on Facebook last month, where three charities in Hartlepool were chosen at random and a vote as to who should receive the donation was opened to the public. After receiving over 200 votes in total, Alice House Hospice was announced as the winner of a £130 cash donation.