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.
Shop with us
Pilgrims Hospices shops are a great way to support Pilgrims. Bag a bargain, make a donation or give your time as a Pilgrims shop volunteer.
Pilgrims Hospices Lottery
For just £1 a week, join Pilgrims Hospices Lottery and be a part of our 20,000-strong community of members all playing our weekly draw. We're the local Lottery that really does make a difference.
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:
Community fundraising events
My dad, William, was cared for by Pilgrims 15 years ago and the support we received as a family was fantastic. Donating my award-winning cake to Pilgrims Hospice Thanet for their Christmas raffle felt like the perfect way to say thank you.
My wife, Jo, was very sociable, kind hearted and generous. We agreed to start legacy fundraising with some of our own cash. Jo was keen to provide equipment that would continue to support patients with swallowing difficulties in the future.
For me, the most enjoyable thing about volunteering as Raffles the bear is seeing the smiles on the childrens’ and adults’ faces when they see Raffles at events or in supermarkets. Just hearing them laugh is so rewarding and makes me keep doing what I’m doing.
My grandad was the biggest hero my sisters and I have ever had. At the end of his life he was fortunate enough to be given outstanding palliative care by Pilgrims. I raised £850 for Pilgrims by swimming from Hampton Pier to Herne Bay Pier and back in his memory.
I volunteer for Pilgrims because my mother was cared for in the hospice. I feel appreciated, and I enjoy seeing the range of people who visit our vintage shop – they love it because it’s like stepping back in time; it’s a retro museum experience.
My mum, Sue, was cared for by Pilgrims. I decided to ride Divas on Wheels in response to the wonderful, loving care Mum and our family received. Our visits to the hospice were like going into an oasis of calm and love, allowing us to forget our fears and anxieties for a while.