More than 2,300 people and their families in east Kent access Pilgrims Hospices services each year.
As a charity, we need your help so we can keep providing our vital, compassionate care to those who need it most.
There are so many ways you can support Pilgrims.
Whatever you'd like to do and however much support you can offer, we'd love to hear from you.
Your donation makes a difference, however you give. Find out about the different ways you can donate to Pilgrims Hospices.
Events and challenges
Take on an event or challenge in aid of Pilgrims Hospices to help us support people when they need it most. Get involved today!
Fundraise for us
Our supporters help us to provide vital, compassionate care. Fundraise for Pilgrims Hospices to make a difference in your community.
Join our dedicated band of 1,500 volunteers and make a difference to the lives of people across east Kent who are living with incurable illness.
Shop with us
Bag a bargain, make a donation or give your time as a volunteer in one of our shops across east Kent.
For £1 a week, join the local Lottery that really does make a difference and be a part of our 21,000-strong community of members.
Thank you to the fabulous RockIt Choirs from Tenterden and Hawkhurst for raising more than £6,000 for Pilgrims Hospices at their record-breaking Beatlemania concert in April 2019, contributing to their amazing fundraising total of more than £30,000 over the ten years they've been singing together.
With the help of family and supporters, Charlie Prescott raised an amazing £1,745.50 by holding his third music concert in aid of Pilgrims Hospices! We're so grateful for Charlie's continued support of local hospice care.
Thank you to Waitrose in Hythe for welcoming members of our amazing volunteer team to hold a bucket collection in-store. The generosity of customers and staff raised an incredible £460 towards hospice care. This could pay for a patient’s meals for seven weeks.
A Pilgrims Hospices day can be filled with precious care for patients, their family and, friends.10 months old Ellie Harper's parents Emmie and Bradly brought her with her brothers to share special moments with Emmie's mum Caroline, who has been receiving care at the Canterbury hospice.A blessing was held in the garden for the whole family to enjoy together.
Thank you to the children and staff at My Nursey in Margate who chose to support their local hospice in Thanet. They raised £24 by wearing Christmas jumpers to nursery in exchange for a donation to Pilgrims Hospices.
Over the Christmas period, Barretts of Canterbury kindly host a special night at the pantomime for staff, friends and family. All proceeds from the evening are generously donated to three local charities; Pilgrims Hospices is always delighted to be chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the event.
Thank you to staff at local butchers Rooks in Ramsgate who have raised an amazing £1,415.32 for Pilgrims Hospices since 2016. This fantastic fundraising will make such a big difference and help our charity to continue providing vital, compassionate care to families across east Kent.
Pilgrims nurses met 9-year-old Shania Roberts who donated £480.27 at our Canterbury hospice in memory of her Great-Grandad Fred. Shania saved her pocket money for over a year and helped with chores around the house to help us be there for the next family who need our care.
It was a fantastic surprise to hear I won the £1,000 Lotto jackpot which paid towards a much-needed holiday. I never imagined I would win. I was just happy to be supporting Pilgrims
Every penny raised by our fantastic supporters helps us to continue providing vital, compassionate care to people across east Kent. Thank you so much; we really couldn't do it without you. In 2017, you provided a staggering:
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