Fundraise for us

Whether you are fundraising in memory, taking on a challenge of a lifetime, or organising your own fundraising activity, you’ll find lot of fundraising ideas here!

Our A-Z of fundraising is a great place to start for some fundraising inspiration. From abseils and bake sales to yoga days and zip wires, there's an idea for everyone!

We are always on hand to answer any questions you have or talk through your ideas, please give us a call on 01204 663 065 or email

Any amount that our fundraisers achieve can make a difference

If you raised £127 it could pay for...

our Hospice at Home nurses to visit a patient this Christmas, allowing them to remain at home surrounded by their family 

If you raised £500 it could pay for...

Grief relief kits for 50 children, to help them through their bereavement

If you raised £960 it could pay for...

48hr of specialist nursing care, to help all those we support and care for to live well and create new memories with their loved ones

In her last days I suggested to Jackie that we set up some form of Memorial Fund to raise money to help keep the hospice caring for other families. Therefore I founded The Jackie Green Tribute Fund. This has given me a focus to help during the tremendous ordeal of grieving and trying to “make sense of it all”. She and Bolton Hospice will never be forgotten during my lifetime and those of my three daughters who will continue to raise funds through the Tribute Fund.

Dr Peter Green

Why fundraise for Bolton Hospice?

We're an independent charity mainly funded by the people of Bolton. To continue providing free care and support we need to raise £4 million a year through donations, fundraising and gifts in wills.

We simply couldn't do what we do without all those who fundraise and donate to us and we are proud to support all those who fundraise for us every year. Whether at work, among friends and family, those who take on challenges or the many who join our fundraising events, you all make a massive difference.

The hospice provided a vital service including emotional support, empathy and respect. The kindness of the nurses has transformed our initial idea of what the word ‘hospice’ means and I will be forever grateful to the team for everything they did for us and continue to do for others.

Jane, a family member