We are extremely proud of the relationships we have with our corporate supporters, whether they are small, local businesses or large multi-national organisations, and we are always looking for new and exciting ways for them to get involved in supporting our work.
By joining the Hospice 500 Business Club, not only are you making a difference to our area’s most fragile children and their families, you are also meeting your Corporate Social Responsibility objectives and inspiring others to support local hospice care.
Your regular gift, which can be made as a corporate donation or as a way to engage your employees in fundraising for local children’s hospice care over the year, will make a huge difference to us. We’ll be counting the cost of Covid-19 for many years to come, but more families than ever need our care.
With your help, we can continue to reach children with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition who need us across Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre while planning and developing our services to make sure we can continue to be there for all those families who need us for years to come.
How does it work?
As a supporter of the Hospice 500 Business Club, you make a minimum monthly donation of £41.67 for 12 months – enough for a total donation at the end of the year of £500.
In return, you’ll get your logo here on our website with a link to your own, free places in one of our fundraising events (exclusions apply) and an invite to our Hospice 500 Business Club event, plus more!
You can even upgrade your support level for more benefits, and increase your support to your community.
Where will your money go?
For £500 we could:
- Run the whole of Brian House for three full hours, caring for our area’s most fragile children
- Support a child in their own home for a morning, giving their family the chance to take a break from the pressures of caring for a life-limited child
- Support a number of families dealing with grief through specialist counselling sessions at our Linden Centre
- Take children on a special trip to experience the sights, sounds and thrills of our area; to have fun, as all children should