Do your own fundraising

Creating your own fundraising event is a fun way to bring together friends, family, colleagues or classmates, all while raising vital funds for your local hospice.

Put the FUN in fundraising

Creating your own fundraising event is a fun way to bring together friends, family, colleagues or classmates - all while raising vital funds for your local hospice. It could be a tried-and-tested bake sale, or a quirky new way for people to sponsor you. Whatever your plan, our team are here to help you raise funds, awareness and smiles. Here are just some of the ways you can get fundraising for Saint Michael's...

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Host a dinner party
Hold a bake sale at school, work or in your community
Get friends together for a movie night
Put your knowledge to the test with a quiz
Choose donations to charity in lieu of cards or gifts as part of a special occasion

Thank you to our wonderful fundraisers across the community

Here are just some of the hospice heroes helping us to continue caring...

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Round Table Beer Festival

Last year's festival, in early March, raised more than £3,000 for Saint Michael's, and our volunteers enjoyed helping out behind the bars.

Stuart Wright of the Round Table said: "The Harrogate Charity Beer Festival is one of our major fundraisers which, over the years, has built up a loyal following. It’s always a great atmosphere and a superb opportunity to raise money for three fantastic charities, including Saint Michael's by enjoying a glass or two of beer.”

Pannal Golf Club

After 18 months of amazing fundraising for Saint Michael's, Pannal Golf Club presented the charity with a cheque for a whopping £9,000

Each year, the captains choose a charity to support. While Covid-19 restrictions meant Annie Burke and Bruce Allison had to be more creative with fundraising ideas, events such as a raffle, a luxury silent auction and a JustGiving donations page were generously supported by members.

The club chose to support Saint Michael's after Annie's husband received support and care from the hospice after a diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease.

Bruce said: “We were delighted to be able to support Saint Michael’s – a charity which means so much to many of our fellow members.