Fundraising for Us

Wakefield Hospice receives a lot of support from the local community, from companies, groups and individuals who take time to fundraise for patient care.

Whether you wish to organise your own event, take on a personal challenge or fundraise at work, the fundraising team is on hand to offer guidance and support.

If you’re fundraising in memory of a loved one, please tell us their name so we can acknowledge this. If your event is one of several ways you’re raising money, or a number of people are raising money, you may also wish to set up a Tribute Fund to record and share how much has been raised overall.

If you have an event that you would like to tell us about please let us know via the event form.

If you'd like to join one of our events, please visit our Events page

These are a selection of events being held by our supporters to raise funds for Wakefield Hospice. If you would like to see your event here please contact Wakefield Hospice Fundraising.


Congratulations to Andy Kitchen who rode 1,016 miles on his motorbike to complete the 'Iron Butt 1,000’ challenge in memory of his brother, Mr Nigel Kitchen, and sister-in-law, Mrs Susan Yule. Andy took this photo at Wick before turning for home! Huge thanks to Andy for raising a fantastic £741 to help fund patient care at Wakefield Hospice. If you'd like to complete a challenge to help keep the hospice running please visit Fundraising-for-us

 Drive by Cake Sale

Sisters Ellie, Emily and Alicia from Ossett held a 1940s-themed drive-by bake sale which raised £430. Ellie says, 'We raised a little money for my grandad, John Whiteley. He was a loving man with a very generous soul. Throughout this pandemic it is quite hard to keep a smile and we thought we would cheer the neighbours up by providing cakes and to support the hospice which is close to our hearts.' Thank you to everyone who supported this fantastic initiative! 

PDS Golf Day

PDS Design & Build raised a fantastic £5,724 at the firm's Golf Day held to celebrate their 20th anniversary. Thank you to all the staff, clients and friends who took part and supported Wakefield Hospice. The funds raised will help provide the best possible care for patients and their loved ones. 
 

The Graziers Pub, Stanley

The Graziers Pub in Stanley organised a fundraising day in aid of Wakefield Hospice and the Mid Yorkshire hospitals' Forget Me Not Dementia scheme. From auctions and live bands to a treadmill challenge, charity calendar and arm-wrestling competition, all the activities raised a fantastic £2,276.90 for each charity. Special thanks to the two young ambassadors who helped make the event such a huge success.

Rock 'N' Rave

A1 Productions presented a night of live music at Warehouse 23 and Kooky Nightclub Wakefield with CJ Allen, The Rubber Sound Experiment, Wakefield's very own Loz Campbell Music, DJ Matty Blakey and Kooky nightclub's DJ Matty Hearn. Huge thanks to everyone involved in organising this event to support Wakefield Hospice!

If you have an event that you would like to tell us about please let us know via our event form.
If you’d like to see your event here, please contact Wakefield Hospice Fundraising.