Our Hospiscare Heroes are truly super; week after week, they support our charity with their fundraising endeavours across Exeter, Mid and East Devon. From all of us at Hospiscare, we are sending a huge thank you to all of our Hospiscare Heroes. Read on to find out how they have been flexing their super powers this week.
We are sending a huge (and spooky!) thank you to the amazing staff at World of Country Life in Exmouth for allowing our fundraising team to promote the Hospiscare Christmas Raffle during half term week.
Thank you to the Otter Vale Friends who held a table top sale in Ottery.
Thank you also to Tesco in Tiverton who have raised £268.76 with their second hand book stall which was held in the store during September.
A huge thank you to Bea from Bea’s Teas who is continuing to fundraise for Hospiscare. After the success of her wonderful tea towels, Bea has now designed artwork for canvas bags which she is selling via her Facebook and Instagram pages. Bea has a range of beautiful new designs and every penny from the sale of her bags goes to our local hospice charity.
Thank you to Jan Maxwell who is raising funds for Hospiscare in the lead-up to Christmas by donating 100% of the profits from all cards sales that name Hospiscare at the checkout. Jan says, “With Christmas on its way, I thought this would be a great opportunity to raise some more funds for Hospiscare selling my cards online.”
To browse the full selection of cards, including Christmas and everyday cards and crafts, click here. Don’t forget to include the reference ‘Hospiscare’ at the check-out!
Thank you to Angela and the staff at The Little Shop of Seasons in Honiton for their very kind raffle prize donation and their hospitality while our community fundraisers were taking a coffee break there.
Thank you also to Louise Wall of Lou La Belle in Axminster for her lovely Christmas Raffle prize donations.
Thank you to MacSorsons Fish Shop in Axminster who very kindly gave two £10 vouchers as Christmas Raffle prizes.
Finally, thank you to The Recycling Shop in Axminster for their recent donation of £200.