News: Online Auction at SPSJ Hospice

Posted on 31st January 2018

St Peter & St James Hospice are launching their very first online auction, Sealed With A Loving Kiss (SWALK), with all profits going towards helping their patients.

There really is something for everyone including exciting items donated by celebrities such as their Patron Katie Derham, world famous tennis player Andy Murray, Piers Morgan and music mogul Simon Cowell. Bid for tickets to the Graham Norton show, enjoy a wine tour and tasting, buy a meal voucher at a bargain or rent a Porsche for the weekend! Take a look at the preview here!

The online auction goes live this Saturday 3rd Feb at 10am and closes on Sunday 11th Feb at 10pm. Perfect timing to find a Valentine gift for someone special and help your local hospice raise much needed funds.

Carolyn Robinson
Donor Relationship Manager

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