Our dedicated supporters raise incredible totals through their own events to help us keep providing vital hospice care.
From bake sales to summer fairs, quiz nights to concerts, we love it when you're inspired to organise your own event for Pilgrims. You never know, it might even become a regular rendezvous - each July, The Three Horseshoes pub in Faversham holds their annual (and very popular) wheelie bin race!
I had been diagnosed with cancer and, after two major operations, I got the all clear. I realised, “I am so lucky to be recovering, but others aren’t – I’ve got to give something back. We held lots of different events including collections in Sainsbury’s, a garden party and a sponsored walk. Our biggest was an art auction; it was a huge thing to organise but I can’t believe how successful it was. I hope we inspire other people to do what we've done, even on a smaller scale. Every contribution – large or small – really does make a difference.
Ann, who raised £17,000 for Pilgrims with her friends
Check out our event calendar or see the list below for a full range of upcoming events organised by our fantastic supporters.
Plan your own event for Pilgrims
Check out the resources below and click here to find out more about fundraising for Pilgrims:
- Download our fundraising pack
- Pilgrims Fundraising A-Z
- Tell us what you're planning
- Download a sponsorship form
- Top tips for raising sponsorship
- Make a JustGiving page.
Contact your local fundraising team
If you'd like to talk with us about holding your own event, our community fundraising teams are on hand to help:
Pilgrims provide specialist care and services completely free of charge to people across east Kent; to keep that up, we need to raise more than £11 million each year. By organising your own fundraising event you can help us raise these vital funds.
Together, we make a difference. See how money you raise can help.
Ride it your way, any way. Pilgrims Hospices My 10 lets you decide how you complete it. So jump in the saddle and pedal away to raise vital funds for end-of-life care across east Kent.
Enjoy a Ploughman’s lunch in the beautiful gardens of Great Chilmington Farmhouse and raise vital funds for Pilgrims Hospices.
Enjoy a summer ball at Leas Cliff Hall, celebrating the 100-year anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles and raising vital funds for Pilgrims Hospices.
Enjoy a summer evening of music and song by Folkestone Symphony and the Snowdown Colliery Welfare Male Voice Choir in aid of Pilgrims Hospices.
The Oo De La’s (Mersham Village Choir) present an afternoon concert in aid of Pilgrims Hospices.