Hospice charity challenges you to do something great

The days are slowly getting longer, and while we may not have shrugged off the worst of the winter weather, if you resolved to get more active in 2018, it’s definitely time to spring into action and get moving.

Every year at Saint Michael’s, we are inspired by and grateful to scores of people who choose to challenge themselves, raising funds to support local hospice care in the Harrogate District.

Whether it’s opting to take part in an iconic running event such as theor the Great North Run; signing up for an exciting overseas trek or plucking up courage to take part in tandem skydive, every pound raised by you makes a real difference to the lives of local families living with terminal illness and bereavement.

We know there are many reasons people choose to challenge themselves for Saint Michael’s: to take part in particular event,  to do something as a tribute to someone special or it may be just to support a vital local charity.

Whatever your chosen challenge, or motivation, we want to support you every step of the way.

That’s why we’ll be creating a special blog with expert tips and advice on getting started, on training, and how to maximise your fundraising, to help you make the most of your experience and ensure 2018 is a year to remember.

So if you fancy donning one of our trademark T-shirts and becoming part of Tea

m Purple, T: (01423) 878 628 or E: events@saintmichaelshospice.org

 

Ways to make 2018 a year to remember

  • We have a few guaranteed places left in the iconic 2018 Great North Run, which takes place in September, as well as places in the sought-after Yorkshire Marathon.
  • If you want to do a skydive for Saint Michael’s, get in touch and we’ll find a date to suit you.
  • If you’d like to do something different, talk to us and we can help you find the perfect challenge for you.
  • If you’re already planning your own challenge, let us know – we love to hear what you’re up to!

www.saintmichaelshospice.org

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