What’s happening at the hospice


All the latest news and events for the new year with St. Michael’s Hospice.

Supporting the hospice this Christmas

There are lots of ways you could support St Michael’s Hospice this Christmas. Pop to any of the hospice’s shops to browse and buy this year’s Christmas card collection, including an exclusive design by local artist, Tracy Brown.

The lottery team also has some fantastic stocking fillers available including gift vouchers starting at £10 for their weekly draw and scratch cards at just £1 each. With cash prizes to be won, you never know who could be the next top prize winner! You can order these via our Christmas card order form https://www.stmichaelshospice.com/shops/ or contact the Lottery team directly on 01424 456384 or email lottery@stmichaelshospice.com.

You could even surprise your family on Christmas Day and adorn your festive table with their deluxe Christmas crackers. Each box contains six eco-friendly crackers with all the usual festive elements, plus a hospice lottery scratch card. Maybe you’ll win £1,000 this Christmas? Pick up a box from any of the hospice shops, or place an order with the lottery team.

In addition, the hospice Amazon wishlist is full of key items the hospice would love to be able to provide to patients to help them feel at home. It also contains items which would support various departments within the hospice with their everyday tasks. If you would like to support the hospice in this way, please take a look at our wishlist at https://amzn.to/3tcWhBk

Alternatively, if you would like to sell a box of the hospice’s wonderfully festive Christmas pin badges to your customers or employees, please get in touch with the fundraising team on 01424 456396 or email fundraising@stmichaelshospice.com.

Battle Attack

St Michael’s Hospice is offering the opportunity to make wonderful memories with family, friends, and colleagues next year, at their muddy 5k obstacle course event, Battle Attack!

Join the hospice on Saturday, February 4, at Wylands Farm for a chance to put your team work skills to the test. The hospice is offering a new family saver ticket, as well as advance saver tickets for individuals, prices start at £15. Gift vouchers also available which make a great unique Christmas gift, or perfect for those who love a challenge!

Don’t delay, book your tickets and snap up some vouchers at stmichaelshospice.com/battleattack or find out more from the fundraising team on 01424 456396 or email fundraising@stmichaelshospice.com

Yellow Week

Support St Michael’s Hospice by celebrating Yellow Week, Monday, February 20 to Friday, February 24 2023, and help raise essential funds to support those living well with dying, death and loss.

You could get involved in lots of different ways, whether it’s a yellow clothing, a yellow cake sale or a yellow cocktail / mocktail party, there are plenty of ways for everyone to take part. Turn your passion or hobby into a fundraiser for the hospice and raise awareness of the services the hospice provides to the community of Hastings and Rother.

If you are interested in taking part, please contact the hospice fundraising team for your Yellow Week fundraising pack on fundraising@stmichaelshospice.com or call 01424 456396.

Run the Hastings half marathon

Run in aid of St Michael’s Hospice up and down the hills of Hastings and surrounding areas at the Hastings half marathon 2023 on Sunday, March 26. Runners will be supported with music and entertainment throughout the race and rewarded with a downhill second half towards the glorious seaside finish.

If you have a passion for fitness or looking to gain some experience in marathon running then this is the perfect opportunity. The hospice would love you to join them and be part of their team, helping to raise vital funds.   For more information and to register, visit www.hastings-half.co.uk.

For more information, or to request your hospice running vest or t-shirt, call the  fundraising team at 01424 456396 or email fundraising@stmichaelshospice.com.

Image Credits: St Michael's Hospice .

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