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Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is asking people to help spread more rainbows by taking part in the charity’s first ever Virtual Rainbow Run next month.
CHSW has had to cancel its three colourful fun runs in Bristol, Exeter and Newquay this summer due to the Covid-19 crisis, losing an estimated £150,000 in fundraising.
Motorbike fans from Nailsea have braved the shave for Children’s Hospice South West – raising £1,100 for the charity.
The five now-not-so hairy bikers chose to take part in Saturday’s lockdown fundraiser for CHSW, which has had to cancel many of its fundraising events this year due to the Covid-19 crisis.
People can show their support for key workers – and raise money for Children’s Hospice South West and other charities – by wearing one of two specially-created new charity wristbands.
The blue bands come in a choice of two designs – ‘Key Workers are Heroes’ and ‘Rock the Lock Down’ – and cost just £3 (plus 50p postage), with 80 per cent going to charity.
A 52-year-old cyclist from Bristol is hoping to conquer the world on his bike – without actually leaving the country.
Rob Berry from Bradley Stoke has set off on a virtual 22,187-mile cycle of the globe in aid of Children’s Hospice South West's (CHSW) Be Incredible fundraising appeal.
A Clevedon man has pledged to run 10 10ks in 10 days to raise vital funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Bob Irwin, a Business Development Manager at Triangle Networks, will be starting his challenge on Sunday, May 10 as part of the charity’s Be Incredible fundraising campaign.
A 71-year-old Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) supporter who has ‘done it all for the charity’ is set to take on what could be his biggest challenge yet – without even leaving his house!
Bereaved dad Rick Dean, from Bude, has ran and walked thousands of miles, jumped out an aeroplane and abseiled down one of the UK’s highest waterfalls, raising huge amounts of money for the charity that supported him and his wife Julie following the death of their son Kierran.
Children’s Hospice South West has launched a new fundraising appeal in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The charity has had to cancel or postpone many of its fundraising events planned for the coming weeks and months and is looking to find alternative ways of raising the £11million-a-year it needs to run its three hospices in North Devon, North Somerset and Cornwall.
A family from North Somerset has been supporting Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) in a variety of ways.
Female golfers at Bridgwater’s Enmore Park Golf Club have raised nearly £4,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The club’s outgoing ladies’ captain Wendy Walker chose to support CHSW as her charity of the year and money was raised at coffee mornings and ladies’ opens, as well as at a charity fun golf day.
Wendy, pictured presenting the fundraising cheque for £3,956.20 to CHSW community fundraiser Laura Robertson, also took part in a sponsored cycle, which was well supported by the ladies and other members of the club.