Throughout the month of January, local charity Dove House Hospice is offering up to 20% off registration prices for a variety of events. Take advantage of these events during January and support your local hospice while saving money.
Without the support of participants who register, take part, and fundraise, Dove House would not be able to provide vital care to patients and their families across Hull & East Yorkshire.
Everyone can find something they enjoy. Take part in East Yorkshire’s muddiest obstacle course, Get Caked, in April, or if you are a cyclist looking for your next challenge, join Coast to Coast Cycle in September. Are you up for the challenge of walking over hot coals and broken glass in October and raising vital funds for the hospice as you do it?
Team Dove House is offering an opportunity to trek in the Sahara desert in November, thousands of miles from daily life in the UK.
Vikki, Events & Individual Challenge Fundraiser at Dove House had this to say:
“We rely on our local community to help us raise the money we need to care for our patients and their families, and taking part in events like Get Caked is a great way to support us. We continually try to make the event a little muddier every year! Not only is it a muddy fun day out with friends but you can celebrate on the finish line with a medal and a cupcake!”
Sarah who took part in last year’s Get Caked event shared this: “Get Caked was definitely the muddiest and wettest challenge I’ve ever done! But it was also the most fun! It was great to have fun with friends whilst also raising money for Dove House. We will definitely be signing up for the next one.”
To grab yourself a discount, sign up before the end of January at: www.dovehouse.org.uk/sale
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