Called 100 Heroes is seeking 100 people to donate or raise £100 in 100 days. You can raise your £100 as an individual, a family, a group, a school or a company and you have 100 days to complete the challenge. Your £100 could pay for a visit by one of our specialist outreach nurses, four bereavement support sessions or six hours of compassionate nursing care in our Inpatient Unit.
From running a marathon, walking 10,000 steps a day or simply making a donation https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/100Heroes.
Here are some of our amazing supporters who have signed up to our 100 Heroes campaign and have pledged to raise or donate £100 in 100 days
Nine-year-old Betsy Turnbull has been helping raise funds for Bury Hospice.
Betsy, a pupil at Greenmount Primary School started making and selling loom bracelets to family and friends and has raised a fantastic amount of £127.
Nick Snape is a huge supporter of Bury Hospice and raises vital funds for the Hospice in memory of his wife, Lynsay. Nick’s aim is to raise another £100 in 100 days from selling copies of his photo images. To view Nick’s images, visit https://www.facebook.com/nspentax
Ummrana Farooq works for the NHS at Fairfield General Hospital in Bury as an A&E receptionist. She is the elected local East ward Councillor where Bury Hospice is situated, Deputy Cabinet Member for Communities and the founder of the local charitable community group The B.A.M.E Project. Ummrana said: “I wish to do the 100 Heroes challenge by doing 10,000 steps a day. Currently, I do up to 5,000 steps. I wish to push myself for this good cause with Bury Hospice and double the amount and raise over £100. I understand the importance of end of life care from working with unpaid carers and from my personal experience of losing my parents whom I wish to dedicate this challenge to, once completed.”
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