Take part in the BRIGHTEST week of the year!
This May we are hosting our very first ‘Go Bright for St Clare’ week – and it is open to everyone! We want to invite all our local schools, workplaces and community groups to get involved during ‘Go Bright’ week from Monday 22 May to Sunday 28 May.
‘Go Bright’ is all about supporting St Clare Hospice. Our lovely, bright St Clare logo is all the colours of the rainbow – and we want to celebrate the brightness and happiness that St Clare brings to the lives of our community – by holding a whole week of brightly coloured celebrations for St Clare!
Why not hold a ‘Go Bright’ fancy dress day – by donning the brightest clothes in your wardrobe, bake a bright rainbow cake and hold a bake sale, wear a bright-coloured wig for the day or wear your brightest facepaint?
Whether you dress up, eat cake, wear a wig or paint your face, you will be part of the BRIGHTEST week in the St Clare calendar – and help to raise awareness of our work in your local community, and raise much-needed funds for us.
You can also help St Clare by spreading the word about the work we do. You could tell your neighbour, best friend or hairdresser that St Clare Hospice is their local hospice and that we care for people with a whole range of life-limiting illnesses or that we need to raise over £4 million a year so that we can continue providing our services, free of charge to local people.
Go Bright Resources
From tips on planning to ideas for events (and ways to make your event even more effective) our guide has everything you need to Go Bright! We also have included useful information on paying in your donation. Take a look and be inspired!
Don’t just get involved, get others involved!
Download and display your Go Bright for St Clare poster to spread the word about the brightest week of the year.
For more info on taking part in Go Bright at your school or workplace, get in touch with the St Clare Community Fundraising Lead Dani De’ath. Call 01279 773738 or 07718257704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org