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Sponsor A Nurse

Making the most of everyday

We want to help each and every one of our patients, and their loved ones, to make the most of every day.

But we can’t do any of this without the generosity of people like you! By sponsoring a nurse you will be helping us to make a difference.

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Where does the money go?

Where does the money go?

Wall of fame

£660 Debbie Pakulski

A HUGE thank you to Debbie who raised a brilliant £660 by having her beautiful hair cut off in aid of St Wilfrid's!

£500 Ormiston Six Villages Academy

Students, their families and staff at the Ormiston Six Villages Academy raised £500 by running a ‘Wear it Blue’ non-uniform day. This was an idea put forward by pupil, Katie Roff whose family was helped through a difficult time at St Wilfrid’s.

£7,972 Ken Snape

Patient, Ken Snape, was so impressed with the care he received that he wanted to donate some money to buy equipment for the Inpatient Ward. Ken very generously funded a bed, a pressure relieving mattress and a syringe pump. Thanks Ken!

£3.6k Jamie Hopkins

In 2016, Jamie took part in the '52 week challenge'. He did one challenge a week for the whole of 2016 to raise money for St Wilfrid’s – He even went as far as getting a tattoo to mark his achievement. Thank you Jamie!

£33 Maddison & Demi

A huge THANKS to Maddison and Demi who baked cakes and sold them their local cricket club.

£475 Chichester Rugby Club & Chichester Lions Club

A big thank you to Josh, Lewis, Jamie, Lewis B, Will and Izaak from Chichester Rugby Club in conjunction with the Chichester Lions Club for raising £475 through their 99 length swimathon! 

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Dreambuilding

St Wilfrid’s New Hospice Appeal

St Wilfrid’s has served its local community for over 30 years. However, to continue providing our specialist care we urgently need to build a new purpose-built Hospice, a dream-building which will enable us to support our local community for the next 30 years and beyond.

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Dreambuilding