St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice is launching its latest exciting campaign #GoYellow !
The ‘yellow’ themed campaign is calling on people to get involved in as many of its special events as they can throughout June to raise money for the charity while having the most fun possible.
There are plenty of ways for everyone to get involved, whether that’s organising a Tea @ 3, having some Wine @ 9, or bringing friends together and holding a Come Dine 4 Us evening.
For those at school, why not hold a tea party, a silly socks day, or even collect some coppers in one of the St Luke’s yellow boxes.
Alternatively let your imagination run wild, pick a theme that suits you, be it a ‘wear a onsie’ day or a holding a custard eating competition, and bring £1 to school for St Luke’s.
You could also sponsor a duck in the St Luke’s Duck Race, buy a #winacar ticket, or take part in the Bring £1 to Work Day on 27 June.
If it’s not possible to get money collected for the events, you can ask people to donate directly to St Luke’s by texting ‘YELL14 £1’ to 70070 (that is YELL14 then a space then £1).
#GoYellow will run throughout June, coinciding with National Hospice Month, raising money for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice and supporting its invaluable work in caring for people from Mid and South Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
The hospice is a non-profit making organisation, funded primarily from voluntary contributions, and needs £7,500 a day to keep its doors open.
Claire Langston, Director of Income Generation at St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice, said:
“There are lots of fantastic ways to get involved with #GoYellow throughout June and raise vital funds for St Luke’s.
Whatever you choose to do, have some fun and please tell us what you are planning for #GoYellow.
You can tweet to us @stlukeshospice using the #GoYellowhashtag or post your pictures to Facebook.”
For more information please visit www.stlukes-hospice.co.uk or if you would like to order collecting boxes, buckets, sunflowers or wristbands, please contact Rhys on 01606 555811 or Mark on 01606 555697