How you can help
Bolton Hospice wouldn’t be able to provide our specialist care without the support of amazing supporter, fundraisers and volunteers like you!
We need to raise £4 million every year to provide our specialist services free of charge. We’re an independent charity and government funding only covers a fraction of our costs.
Whether it’s a virtual danceathon, running a marathon in your PJs or throwing yourself out of a plane, the money you raise will help local families when they it most.
If you need any help or have any questions, we're always on hand to help on 01204 663 065.
There's many ways you can support Bolton Hospice
Become a Hospice Hero in 2021
Fundraising throughout a pandemic has proven to be our greatest challenge to date and the challenge is set to continue as we welcome in 2021. Would you help support us through the Coronavirus crisis by taking part in our #500faces appeal?
Bolton Hospice Virtual Garden
My Memories Walk
We’re very excited to offer a virtual spin on our much loved Midnight Memories Walk. Shine bright for Bolton Hospice and help to secure the future of your local hospice.
Volunteer with us
Play our lottery
Shop with us
Leave a gift in your will
Fundraise for us
Supporting Bolton Hospice with a donation
Sponsor a Nurse
Bolton Hospice Online Shop
You can now support Bolton Hospice by shopping online. From Christmas cards to diaries, take a look at our online range.
Whatever you do to help, it will make the world of difference
Every year, thousands of people from across Bolton and beyond play their part for Bolton Hospice. From our army of volunteers who give their time and passion, to those who fundraise, donate to our shops, support us through the Bolton Hospice or make donations in memory or celebration; we couldn't do it without every single one of you.
And every contribution, large or small, really does make a huge difference.
You put your time and heart into volunteering and it is your choice to do it. The personal benefit to me is seeing new people every day and talking to new people. Volunteering keeps my mind working.