Fundraise for us
We want to provide the best possible palliative care to our patients and support their loved ones. Help us to do that by fundraising for Sobell House.
We rely on the support of our community to fund our services and to continue to provide the best care we can to the people that need it. From sponsored walks to ultra-marathons, from school bake sales to auctions, from coffee mornings to concerts. Whatever you like to do, there’s a way to do it for Sobell House. If you’re looking for inspiration, be sure to check out our handy A-Z guide of fundraising ideas.
However you choose to fundraise, please let us know what you’re doing and how we can help.
Organising an event in aid of Sobell House?
If you’re organising an event in aid of us, please get in touch with the fundraising team. We can help you to advertise your event, provide Sobell House materials to help decorate such as balloons, and provide fundraising equipment such as collecting boxes or buckets.
Taking on a sponsored challenge for Sobell House?
Please visit our find a challenge page to discover some local and further afield events which you could take part in and help raise vital funds.
Alternatively, you may prefer to set your own challenge. It could be walking 5km every day for a month, completing an ultramarathon, doing a workout in fancy dress – the options are endless!
Whichever challenge you choose we recommend setting up a JustGiving page to collect online sponsorship. Visit the JustGiving website here and choose the orange “Start Fundraising” button to create your page. We also ask that you get in touch with us as we’d love to chat to you about your fundraising and help you to make the biggest impact possible.
Oxford Archers at their 36-hour sponsored shoot, in memory of Richard Hobley. Taken by Alastair Leiper.
Looking for advice about your fundraising?
If your fundraising involves any kind of gambling, such as a raffle or a lottery, we recommend reading through the advice from the Gambling Commission here to make sure you’re staying on the right side of the law.
If your fundraising involves making, serving or selling food, we recommend reading through the advice from the Food Standards Agency on their website here to stay safe and make sure you’re following best practice with your food preparation.
If you’re not sure about your fundraising, you can get in touch with us for further guidance.