It's simple - do what you love and raise money for your local Hospital Charity 

Without amazing people like you, we wouldn't be able to go above and beyond for our patients. Your money allows us to provide special extras, improvements to our hospitals and new state of the art equipment that is not available through NHS funding. 

There are many ways for you to fundraise at work, at school, with friends or in the local community. Our Community Fundraising Team can help you with ideas, support and provide you with Charity branded materials. 

Fundraise at Work 

Fundraising at work is a great way to do something fun with your colleagues, whilst raising money for your local Hospital Charity. Why not try: 

  • organising a pub quiz 
  • running a sweepstake  
  • organising a dress down day 
  • having a bake sale 
  • Nominating East & North Hertfordshire Hospitals' Charity for Charity of the Year. 

Top Tip: Don’t forget to ask your employer about match funding

Fundraising at School

If your School is looking to fundraise for us, here a few ideas about how you can get involved:

  • organising a dress-down day 
  • organising a sports Day 
  • organising a fashion show or talent show 

We also work with older students to promote employability skills through fundraising workshops and work experience within the Community Fundraising Team.

Fundraising in the Local Community 

Our aim is to reach as many people in the local community as possible. To do this, we need the help of Charity Ambassadors and Collection Can Champions. 

Charity Ambassador:

Our ambassadors help us to reach their local communities, raising awareness of the work we do and promoting the roles of volunteers within the Charity. This role is flexible and can be tailored to suit you. 

Collection Can Champion:

Charity Can Champions help us to distribute and collect our collection cans and buckets in the local community, this helps us to raise funds and awareness throughout the wider community. 

If you would like to get involved, please speak to Claire Roberts on [email protected] or on 01438 285182