How you can help

Get Involved

All of our fundraising events and activities raise money towards the vital work of hospice care and are a considerable source of income for each organisation. 

Yorkshire and Humber hospices all have a wide and varied schedule of events and activities on their calendar that you can take part in. Whether you want to accomplish a personal best at a running event, or take on a team challenge with your friends, family or colleagues, there is something for everyone! Search for fundraising events near you by going to your local hospice website.

Each hospice has a variety of ways in which supporters in their community can get involved. From bake sales, to charity abseils, to selling home-made crafts - no matter how big or small your contribution, by choosing to support your local hospice, you are helping to provide comfort, care and support to families who rely upon hospice care. 

Your support is most welcome. Thank you.

How you can help us
Whatever your skills, we’ll have a role to suit you.
Work for Us
Working for hospices can offer a rewarding career in a friendly environment.
Gifts in Wills
Gifts in wills are one of our most important sources of funding for local hospices.
Support our Shops
Charity shops are a large source of income for hospice, raising lots of money every year.
Fundraising Stories
Lisa - Herriot Hospice Homecare
In 2018 Yorkshire lady Lisa Bainbridge took on a series of serious challenges for Herriot Hospice Homecare
Lorraine - Martin House Hospice
Lorraine Cartwright, along with her partner Malcolm Barrie, have been supporters of Martin House Hospice Care for Children and Young People, since the death of their grandson 13 years ago.
Michelle - The Prince of Wales Hospice
Here at The Prince of Wales Hospice, we can only describe local florist, Michelle Grainger, as one of our most passionate supporters.
Natalie's Family - St Leonard's Hospice
As a wife, sister, daughter and friend, Natalie meant so much to so many people. She will always do.