News: The £50 Challenge

Posted on 5th July 2018

News from St Peter & St  James Hospice of a new and exciting challenge which should be a good method of raising funds.

This week we have launched our £50 challenge, please could you put on the weekly newsletter that is still time to compete in this exciting challenge.

 

We give you £50 and you have four months to turn it around into more money for the hospice.  You can enter your business as one whole team, or set up some healthy competition in the work place, and register as many teams as you would like.  It’s a great way for local businesses to help raise much needed funds, and to compete against each other.

 

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