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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.

Celebrate the Platinum Jubilee with Afternoon Tea

Alice House Fundraisers are marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee by hosting a themed Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show

The event is being held at Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel, Hartlepool on Thursday 9th June 1-4pm. Guests will start the afternoon at 1pm with a drinks reception and boutique shopping from some lovely stalls selling a range of items including clothing, handmade goods, jewellery, accessories and much more. There will also be a tombola and raffle with some great prizes to be won.

Forget Me Not 2022

We are launching our annual Forget Me Not remembrance appeal for 2022

The annual campaign invites people to make a donation in memory of a loved one to the local charity. Everyone making a dedication will receive a special forget me not keepsake and it will be available for collection at the open day in the hospice gardens on Saturday 18th June 10am-12pm.

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Trees of Remembrance 2021

Our Fundraisers are delighted to announce that the Trees of Remembrance Stalls raised a fantastic £7,428 throughout December.

The Trees of Remembrance invites visitors to make a donation and place a bauble and Christmas message on one of the trees, in tribute to a lost loved one.

The Santas are back in town!

The annual Santa Fun Run returns on Sunday 5 December at Ward Jackson Park

This festive family event invites people of all ages to sign up for this fun run or walk around the half mile route of the park, starting and finishing at The Place in the Park.

Forget Me Not Hospice Appeal

Alice House Hospice are launching their annual summer remembrance appeal ‘Forget Me Not,’ to raise much needed funds for patients and families affected by incurable illnesses.

Hello, my name is … Alice

An open letter of thanks from our Communications Senior Manager

The response to the Spring edition of Hello, my name is… Alice has been incredible and I really hope you enjoyed reading it. With your help, the magazine raised over £20,000 for local Hospice care through the cash draw and generous donations we received.  

Go Maisie & Florence

Two Hartlepool youngsters are running 50 miles each this April in support of Alice House.

The girls initially set themselves a £200 target but have already smashed that with a total (at time of writing) already in excess of £500.

Inspirational Young Fundraisers

Inspirational 6 year old Mia Tubuna and her friend 7 year old Isla Ryan set themselves the huge challenge to raise funds for Alice House Hospice.

Battling all weather’s the two friends set out to walk a mile a day throughout January; they completed the challenge and smashed their £300 fundraising target to raise an incredible £1,560.

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Liam Gough night goes on…

The organisers of an annual fundraising event have continued to support Alice House, despite their event being cancelled last year due to the pandemic.

The Liam Gough night, is held every November at Rovers Quoit Club in Hartlepool, in aid of Alice House and its thirteenth event would have been due to proceed in November 2020.

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