Nurse in hospice

We rely on the support of the community to enable us to continue caring for patients and to support their families and loved ones. It costs £16,500 a day to run our services. Your support makes a huge difference.

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Fundraise for Hospice

At Jersey Hospice Care, it costs more than £6 million to run our services, and we simply could not do this without you.

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We believe everybody in our community with a life-limiting condition should have access to the highest standard of palliative care, and that it should always be free. Every amount raised helps us to provide this and really does make a difference to the patients in our care.

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Who can I speak to about arranging my own event?

As soon as you have an event in mind, please check the date with Marina Brockbank, our Community Events co-ordinator – or 01534 786109. This way, you can make sure you get the most out of your event by avoiding clashes with other events.

What can you provide to help promote my fundraiser?

To help support our wonderful community fundraisers, we can offer you some fundraising materials:

  • Banners
  • Collection boxes
  • Cycling vests
  • Donation boxes
  • Jersey Hospice Care leaflets
  • Running vests
  • T-shirts

Can you provide volunteers to help with my event?

If we have enough notice, we will do our best to help.

Can I set up my own fundraising page?

Yes, you can set up your own fundraising page through our website. And none of the money will be taken in third party fees, such as other sponsorship pages.

I would like to download a sponsorship form, where can I find one?

You can download our sponsorship form here.

I have raised some money and would like to pay it in. How can I do this?

Thank you! You are supporting people with a life liming condition, helping them to make the most of every day.

If you’ve been collecting money through an online fundraising page, this will be sent to us automatically. You can call 01534 510349 to make a donation over the phone. Cheques can be posted to us at Fundraising, Jersey Hospice Care, Mont Cochon, St Helier JE2 3JB. Please make your cheque payable to Jersey Hospice Care Fundraising Limited. If you would like our bank details to pay by BACS, please call us on 01534 510349.

Can I sell raffle tickets at my event?

Raffles can be a great way of raising some money for charity. However, there are some strict rules governing how they can be run. This is to protect the individual and the charity.

Individual members of the public can raise funds for a charity by any other means except gambling. Raffles, lotteries, and bingo are considered gambling. Individual volunteers, wishing to raise money for good causes, using gambling events with the public of Jersey, can only do so with prior agreement and supervision from the Promoter appointed from within that charity, club, or society. These organisations must hold a valid Registration or Permit with the Commission before any such events are advertised or promoted. If you do so without the charity's knowledge and oversight, you could be committing an offence.

There are guidelines set out by the Jersey Gambling Commission. We also strongly recommend that you read their advice on conducting lotteries. Before conducting any raffles, lotteries, or bingo you must contact us so we can guide you to ensure it complies with the Jersey Gambling Commission’s regulations. Contact Marina –

Do I need permission to collect in a public place?

Yes, taking collections in public places requires the permission of the Bailiff under Customary Law powers. More information can be found on the States of Jersey website.

Why are there sponsorship targets for guaranteed places in some running and cycling events, while people who have their own place just have to raise as much as they can?

We have to pay for our places in the various events. For some of the most popular races, this can be very expensive.

To ensure that we contribute as much of your money as possible into caring for our patients and their families we, like other charities, have to set a minimum sponsorship target.

Those people who have been successful in securing their own place in an event have paid for that place themselves, and so it would be unfair to set them a target to cover costs which they have already paid for.