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Our Bright Sparks Challenge Is Back

The 2023 Bright Sparks Challenge is now accepting team entries. This innovative fundraising challenge will encourage and develop your students’ business acumen, team working skills, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show

A popular event is set to return this summer at the luxurious Hardwicke Manor Hotel in aid of Alice House Hospice.

The Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show event takes place on 17 August and includes arrival drinks, high quality shopping stalls, fashion show from Eden Boutique and of course a delicious afternoon tea.

Frances Connolly Supports Alice House

Thank you Frances Connolly, the founder of the PFC Trust, for generously funding a transformation in our patient gardens.

The EuroMillions lottery winner in 2019, who became a Patron of the charity earlier this year, visited Alice House to coincide with the completion of the work.

Sponsoring Leaves for Loved Ones

Meynell & Mason Funeral Directors in Hartlepool have come forward to sponsor the Leaves for Loved Ones Tree at Alice House.

The Leaves for Loved Ones tree can be found inside the Room of Reflection, a place where visitors can go for moments of quietness and can also view our Books of Remembrance there.

Colourful sponsors for Alice House

A number of businesses have come forward with support for Alice House Hospice's biggest summer events.

The Colour Run takes place at Seaton Carew on 23 July and raises vital funds for patients and their families who are cared for at Alice House.

Victoria House supports Forget me Not campaign

Fundraisers are working in partnership with Victoria House Funeral Services on this year’s Forget Me Not Appeal

The Forget Me Not Appeal is an annual campaign which raises money for Alice House in tribute to loved ones who have died. Victoria House are regular Hospice supporters and sponsors of this event.

Captain’s Charity raises almost £10,000

Long term Alice House Hospice supporters at Hartlepool Golf Club have just handed over a donation to the local charity of nearly £10,000 after being nominated as the Captain’s Charity.

2022-23 Captain Gary Carruthers chose the Hospice and spent the last year raising funds for the charity as part of his official duties. In February of this year, he invited Greg Hildreth from Alice House to accept the donation of £9,150.

New Kitchen donated to Long-Term Unit

Local tradesmen and businesses have joined forces to donate and fit a brand-new kitchen in the Long-Term Care Unit of Alice House Hospice.

This was organised by Martin Griffiths of MG Joinery after his dad Albert was cared for in both the Hospice’s Inpatient Unit and later the Long-Term Unit. Martin sourced and fitted the kitchen completely free of charge, with the help of friends and business contacts, in memory of Albert and also his mam, Sheila.

Strolling in Memory

Fundraisers at Alice House Hospice are delighted to announce that Mason’s Funeral Services are sponsoring this year’s Memory Stroll event which takes place on 16 April.

The Memory Stroll is an organised, peaceful stroll around the Headland from the Heugh Gun Battery. It’s a chance for people to get together, stroll along the promenade at the historic headland, chat together and remember those loved ones who are no longer with them.

Local crossfit gym works out for Alice house

Local Crossfit Gym, Evolve Hartlepool have donated £4,000 to Alice House from their yearly Christmas Challenge

Owner of Evolve Hartlepool, Matthew Richardson alongside gym member Aaron Myers enjoy inventing and hosting a yearly Christmas Challenge as a way to raise money for those less fortunate at a time when giving is at the forefront of people’s minds.

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Registered office: Alice House, Wells Avenue, Hartlepool, TS24 9DA.