Thanks to all of the ward staff and day unit for everything you did for Olive.
- Family of a hospice patient
Building your own fundraising page
If you’re involved in raising funds for St Rocco’s Hospice, you’ll want to create your own online funding page. Here’s how.
Having your own fundraising page allows you to collect money, generate interest and support – all quickly and easily. There’s usually no charge (each website simply deducts a small percentage of what you raise, as a service charge) and it also makes it easy to increase your funds by letting UK residents register for Gift Aid.
Everyday Hero is a great fundraising website – not only can you create your own page, but you can make it a closer part of our fundraising activities – so, if it’s part of a bigger event (such as our Starlight Walk) people can see not just what you’re doing, but the big picture too. It’s easy to set up a page with your own text, images and progress bar. Create an Everyday Hero page.
JustGiving is one of the most well-known fundraising websites. It takes just a few minutes to create a page and also includes tools to help you share it online. Better still, the site will take care of transferring your donations to us – and reclaim Gift Aid on your donations. Create a page on JustGiving.
Virgin Money Giving
Virgin Money Giving (which is, naturally, a part of Virgin Money) is another great way to collect money when you’re fundraising for St Rocco’s Hospice. Again, it’s easy to set up your own fundraising page, with the website guiding you through the best ways to do it for your particular needs. Create a page on Virgin Money Giving.
Online Platform Fees
Third parties such as those above, do charge us a fee for their services. You can find details of these here.