Hospices of Hope – the UK Charity that provides free hospice care for chronically ill children and adults in South East Europe – is announcing further details of its Autumn Virtual Events campaign in aid of its Coronavirus Emergency Appeal. Despite facing the decimation of its 2020 fundraising programme through Covid-19, the charity is forging ahead to provide a further series of exciting, fun, free virtual events. The charity hopes that the viewers of these free events will participate and be inspired to support and donate to the Coronavirus Emergency Appeal!
Here is the fun programme of Virtual Events!
Virtual Cider Tasting with Kentish Pip Cider – September 13th 2020 from 4:00pm – 5:30 pm
Hospices of Hope is teaming up again with Kentish Pip Cider to give cider buffs the opportunity to sample some of their delicious craft ciders. Register ASAP by midnight 6th September HERE
Virtual Fitness Day with a team of fitness experts – September 19th 2020 from 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Join Andy Wilson’s Zoom class for a fun, friendly and high impact workout! Also benefit from other fitness classes with Ellie Heskett (with HIIT); Ellie Lear (with HIIT body weight); and Pilates with Kathryn Andrews and Sarah Flynn. Book your free place online ASAP(!) HERE
Virtual Beer Tasting – September 24th 2020 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Hospices of Hope is teaming up again with Bedlam Brewery to give beer enthusiasts the chance to sample some of their delicious craft beers. Beat the rush and register your participation by 16th September HERE
Virtual Tour of the World Garden (at Lullingstone Castle) with Tom Hart Dyke – October 4th 2020 from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Join this hugely popular personality – Tom Hart Dyke – for an exclusive Virtual Tour of the World Garden at Lullingstone Castle, Kent, followed by an opportunity to quiz Tom about anything you wish from gardening to his jungle escapades! Register your interest in attending HERE and receive Zoom details.
As quoted by our Senior Fundraiser, Jess McKechie:
“By taking part in one of our virtual events you will be helping us to provide hospice care for seriously ill adults and children. They faced huge health challenges before Covid-19, but their situation has been made far worse because of the pandemic. Our programme of virtual events includes something for everyone, so I really hope you can join us.”