Explore the outdoors this October and take part in our new sponsored walk.
Remember someone special and challenge yourself this autumn by taking on A Walk to Remember: Virtual, on the weekend of 17/18 October.
This October, take on a walk of your choice and raise sponsorship for St Margaret's Hospice Care. You can walk any route in any location - why not try out somewhere new! We are suggesting a distance of around 10 miles, but it's your challenge so choose whatever distance is right for you.
It is free to take part and register your place! We are asking all participants to raise sponsorship of £40 or more to help us continue to care for and support patients across Somerset.
Once registered we will send you your A Walk to Remember: Virtual fundraising pack, which includes:
- 40th anniversary pin badge.
- Pack of Ruby Sunflower seeds.
- Memory dedication bib.
- Sponsorship form.
- A Walk to Remember: Virtual certificate to celebrate your achievement.
(Please allow up to 5 working days for your pack to be delivered.)
Register to take part in A Walk to Remember: Virtual by completing the form below. Entries will close at 12pm on Monday 12 October.
Please click here to read our full Terms and Conditions before registering for A Walk to Remember: Virtual.
Any sponsorship your raise from family, friends and colleagues goes towards the care and support St Margaret’s nurses, therapists and doctors provide for our patients and their families.
£40 could pay for a counselling session for a child or young person who has lost their parent.
£100 could pay for a Specialist Nurse to visit someone in your community being cared for at home.
£500 could pay for a whole 24 hours of care for a patient in our In-Patient Unit.
Pick one or more of the below options to get started with your sponsorship:
If you would prefer to make a donation rather than raise sponsorship, please donate here - don't forget to leave a comment letting us know your donation is for A Walk to Remember: Virtual.
Please ensure you follow the latest Government guidance regarding COVID-19 when organising and participating in your walk.