Heart of Kent Hospice in Aylesford, Maidstone has produced a special Fundraising Pack to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort. The free fundraising pack is available now to downloaded from the Hospice website.
Whatever you have planned to do over The Coronation Weekend, the fundraising pack is full of some royal fundraising ideas.
Whether you are hosting a tea party or a street party the fundraising pack shows you how to add some royal charm to your celebrations with a bunting decoration template and an easy-to-use template to make your own St Edward’s Crown; it is tradition that King Charles III will wear St Edward’s Crown when he is officially declared as the King during his Coronation.
Why not raise money for the Hospice by baking a cake fit for a King?
You can’t have a royal celebration without cake! You could host a cake sale at work, set up a coffee morning with friends, or hold a bake-off-style competition. Bonus points for the cakes and pastries with the best regal names and decorations.
Collect your funds in a DIY Heart of Kent Hospice collection jar, all you need is an empty clean jam jar, scissors and tape.
Heart of Kent Hospice Big Help Out Volunteer Event – 9 May 2023
Heart of Kent Hospice will also be shining a spotlight on the benefits and impact of volunteering, on Tuesday 9 May 2023 with the Heart of Kent Hospice Big Help Out Volunteer Event.
In honour of King Charles III, the Hospice team are inviting you, or anyone you know, who might be interested in volunteering at the Hospice to come along between 2:00pm – 4:00pm on Tuesday 9 May to hear about all the volunteering roles at the Hospice.
There are volunteering roles to suit every individual and everyone is welcome to come and join our amazing family of volunteers.
Raising Money for Heart of Kent Hospice during Coronation month
The Hospice has also launched a ‘Royal Drawing Competition’ to mark the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.
Open to all 5-12 years old – let them set their imaginations free and show colouring skills fit for a king using crayons, pens or pencils to create a picture inspired by the King’s Coronation. All competition entries must be given in to your local Heart of Kent Hospice shop by Thursday 11 May 2023.
Each of the 14 shops will run their own competition – so there will be one winner selected by every shop. The winners will be announced on Friday 12 May 2023. The winner will receive a £10 Heart of Kent Hospice retail voucher that can be spent at any of our shops.
To find out more and download your fundraising pack visit www.hokh.org/support-us/events/coronation/
For more information on fundraising please contact Hannah (Community Partnerships Fundraiser) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01622 790195.
Heart of Kent Hospice has been providing free, compassionate, end-of-life care to patients living with a terminal illness and their loved ones in Maidstone and the surrounding towns and villages for the past 31 years.
The Inpatient Unit is bright, airy and welcoming with 10 single rooms and the Hospice Community Team are dedicated to helping people to live comfortably in their own home settings. The Hospice also provides award-winning specialist dementia support.
In addition to caring for over 900 patients annually, the Hospice Hub service offers flexible drop-in sessions every week for patients and carers to access specialist compassionate care and support. The team of counsellors, welfare advisers, social workers, chaplains and volunteers offer financial and welfare advice and psychological and spiritual support.
The Care Quality Commission awarded the Hospice an overall rating of ‘Outstanding’ following an inspection in February 2017.
Our vision is for everyone living with a terminal illness in our community to achieve the best quality of life possible.