You can fundraise for Trinity in any way you choose, and any amount you raise makes a real difference to our work. We can support you every step of the way to ensure your event or activity is fun and stress-free.

We can provide materials such as donation envelopes, leaflets, t-shirts, balloons, key rings, pens and banners and give advice about setting up online fundraising pages and promoting your fundraising.

Hold your own event

You can host anything you want to – from a pub quiz to a fancy dinner dance – and we can support you to ensure your event is a success.

We also have special packs to help you host a coffee morning or dinner party in aid of Trinity.

The Great Trinity Bake Off
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Have you been bitten by the baking bug? Then join us this October for the Trinity's annual Bake Off! Whether you wish to host, bake or simply eat cake, there are plenty of ways grab a slice of the action and get involved.

1. Host your own Trinity Bake Off

Run a fun, relaxed event with friends, family or colleagues, while raising awareness and funds for Trinity's vital services.

Our free Bake Off pack includes invitations, recipes and fundraising materials to help Grow your Dough and make your event a success - as well as information about our fabulous Peter Jones Star Bake prize.

Click here to sign up for your free pack.

2. Join our charity shop Bake Off

Think you’re ready to take your Bake Off to the next level? Hold an event in one of our charity shops, encourage your friends to bring along a cake or simply join you and your audience of Trinity shoppers.

3. Visit one of our Bake Off Partners

We are proud to be partnering with Peter Jones - John Lewis Foundation 


Trinity's Supper Clubs
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Get together with family, friends and food to raise money for Trinity! Your supper club can take any form: an elegant dinner party to celebrate a special occasion, an informal take away with friends or a Sunday roast with the family. You can even organise a Supper Club evening in your local pub or at work - anything goes!

Hosts will receive:
      •   A free celebrity cookbook
      •   Invitations to send to guests
      •   Blank menus and placecards

Simply invite your guests along and ask them to make a donation to Trinity – this can be a fixed amount or whatever they feel able to give. On the night you can also add in a prize draw, raffle or an auction to raise even more. You can eat, drink and be merry, safe in the knowledge you are fundraising for a fantastic cause!

If you would like to host a Supper Club event or discuss your ideas, please contact Philip on 020 7787 1088 or by email.

Street Parties
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Host a Street Party for Trinity!

Are you passionate about supporting Trinity and keen to get to know your neighbours better? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you.

Trinity simply would not survive without the amazing support of our community. We hope next year local people can come together and keep enabling us to help people to live every moment. We have plenty of hints and tips for making your street party a success. Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss your ideas.

For more information about hosting a street party for Trinity, please get in touch with Philip on 020 7787 1088 or [email protected]

Christmas Knitting Campaign
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Following the ongoing success of our Easter Chick Campaign (which has raised over £90,000 for Trinity since being hatched in 1999), we launched Trinity's first ever Christmas Knitting Campaign in 2016, where we invited supporters to dust off their knitting needles and get creative with our new Christmas stocking pattern. We are thrilled to announce the campaign raised a wonderful £2,500!

We are always looking to recruit new knitters!

If you, or someone you know, would like to get involved, please do get in touch – it’s never too early to start. 

For more information please get in touch with Philip on 020 7787 1088 or [email protected].

Support us through your school or community group

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Trinity works closely with local schools to support children who have experienced a bereavement, as well as helping to educate children about hospice care and charities in general. We can attend assemblies and classes, and assist pupils with school projects like the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) by arranging visits to Trinity.

Local schools are a huge source of support for Trinity, and many find that supporting a charity from an early age can provide children with a sense of pride and community. 

There are all sorts of ways schools can get involved with helping Trinity - from fun runs and bake sales to PTA events. We can support you in whatever you choose to do, and we have fundraising ideas for all age groups from nursery groups to college pupils if you would like some inspiration.

If you would like to discuss your school fundraising ideas, arrange a talk or sign up for our bi-annual schools newsletter, please contact Philip.

Inter-School Challenge

We are thrilled to announce that the winners of our first ever Royal Trinity Hospice Inter-School Challenge are - Parkgate House School! Congratulations and thanks to all those involved. We hope to welcome many more schools to this year's Challenge - it's a great way to get creative and have some fun whilst fundraising for your local hospice.

If all the schools in our catchment area raise just £125, you would collectively raise £50,000 - enough to fund a Trinity nurse for a whole year! The school that raises the most in a year will win our prestigious Trinity School Challenge Cup. For more information about how your school could get involved, please contact Philip.

Easter Chick Campaign
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Trinity’s Easter Chick Campaign is our most popular community project. Each year our dedicated team of knitters make thousands of chicks, which are then stuffed with chocolate eggs and sold in our local community to raise vital funds for Trinity.

Schools, pubs, doctors’ surgeries and churches all support this campaign by selling our chicks. Since the Campaign began in 1999, it has raised over £80,000 for Trinity. In 2018 we hope to have our biggest Chick Campaign yet – please help us to raise £10,000 by knitting or selling our chicks!

To keep up with increasing demand, we need to recruit some new knitters – if you, or someone you know, would like to help by knitting chicks please get in touch. We have easy to follow knitting patterns and it's never too early in the year to start! To download our knitting patterns please click through the following links:

To place your order for boxes of these unique Easter treats fill out this form. If you would like to knit or sell chicks this year please contact Clare using the details below.

If you are a local business that would like to sponsor the Easter Chick Campaign in 2018, or you are a local shop or supermarket who can donate some chocolate eggs, please get in touch with Philip.

Groups and organisations
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Trinity also benefits from the ongoing support of local community groups such as Brownies, Rotary Clubs, Masonic Lodges, Neighbourhood Associations and religious groups.

We are more than happy to attend group meetings and talk to members about our work and raise awareness about what Trinity does in your local community.

If you have ideas for an event for Trinity, we can give you advice and provide you with fundraising materials to ensure your event is a success. If you would like more information about supporting as a community group or organisation, please contact Philip.

Contact us
For more information about fundraising for Trinity or help with planning an event, contact Phil on 020 7787 1088 or via [email protected]