Springhill Corporate Challenge 2019

Date published: 23 June 2019

Are you sick of the same old cake sales and dress down days to raise money for charity?

Springhill Hospice have launched a brand-new fundraiser called ‘The Corporate Challenge’.

To celebrate the hospice's 30th anniversary, the fundraising team want to give businesses £30 and three months to turn this into as much money as possible for the hospice.

The fundraising possibilities are endless; anything goes (as long as its safe and legal of course).

Sophie Ansley, Springhill Hospice Corporate and Partnerships Fundraiser said: “For those with one or two members of staff you are more than welcome to club together with another smaller business.

“It would be wonderful to get as many teams together as possible for this and fingers crossed we can raise lots of money in the process!

“After less than 24 hours of launching, we already have two business who have officially signed up; Cullen Wealth and Molesworth Bright Clegg.

“The challenge is to turn £30 into as much money as possible in just three months. This will really bring out your creativity and competitive streak."

The top fundraising team will be crowned Corporate Challenge Champions and receive the Champion's Trophy to display with pride at their premises.

  • Launch Date: 1 August 2019
  • Closing Date: 31 October 2019
  • Award Announcement: 29 November 2019

For more info, to register and for terms and conditions please visit:

Or contact Sophie Ansley, Corporate and Partnerships Fundraiser on 01706 641790 (opt 1).

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