As the world becomes increasingly reliant on technology we have adopted new approaches to fundraising; these multiple streams of digital giving allow people to support us in their preferred way.
Throughout the year we host a variety of virtual and physical events enabling everyone to easily get involved.
You may wish to host your own fundraiser; support others in their efforts; or simply donate online via JustGiving or VirginMoneyGiving. Both platforms are simple to use and connect to our charity pages, meaning any money raised will be transferred safely.
Ways to help
Gifts for Good
You may wish to buy our patients something from the hospice’s Gifts for Good wish list. From choosing to fund an hours nursing care, to purchasing a patio set for patients and their families, you can make a real difference to our service users.
Some of our particularly special donated items can be found for sale on our Ebay account. Bid for items that take your fancy whilst knowing proceeds from the purchase will go to our fantastic cause.
Do you shop using Amazon? We are part of AmazonSmile, this means that whenever you shop on Amazon via smile.amazon.co.uk and the product is eligible, the company will donate 0.5% of the price to us if we are the your charity of choice.
It’s easy to select our cause – St Andrews Hospice Limited- and there’s absolutely no extra cost to you!
Give while you live! Easy Fundraising have collaborated with over 4300 online stores to help support charitable causes like ourselves in the UK. It takes just two minutes to sign up and select us (St Andrews Hospice – Grimsby) as your chosen charity. Then whenever you shop online with any of the supporting retailers, we’ll receive a small donation from the stores!
Help Us Make More Moments That Count
At 7 weeks old Hektor suffered from bleeding to his brain. The doctor’s original diagnosis was not promising and at one stage his family was told that he was brain dead. However, Hektor defied expectations; facing and winning the battle for his life and learning to live with cerebral palsy, quadriplegia and development complications as a consequence of his VKDB. Read Hektor’s story here.
If you would like to support us please consider donating, just a small amount really goes a long way in helping us to continue to provide our services in the local community,