Katharine House Hospice launches new Festive Fashion Appeal

Debbie Jones, Lisa Deakin, Jess Wilkinson (P&B) and Holly Addison (KHH).
Debbie Jones, Lisa Deakin, Jess Wilkinson (P&B) and Holly Addison (KHH).

Christmas 2016 see’s the launch of a brand new appeal at Katharine House – Festive Fashion!

We are inviting groups of friends and colleagues to get in the festive spirit for a day and don their best Christmas wardrobe to support their local hospice.

For a donation to the hospice, we are encouraging people to let their Christmas creativity run wild, from wearing tinsel in their hair, a Christmas jumper or, if they’re feeling really brave, dressing as Santa or Rudolph!

Corporate Fundraiser at Katharine House, Holly Addison said

“Christmas at Katharine House Hospice is always a special time. Often for the patients and their families, it may be their last Christmas so we try to make it as special as we can for them. Our brand new appeal, Festive Fashion, will help us do that! It is a really easy way for companies, schools and groups to donate to their local hospice at Christmas time. Many organisations have dress down days planned at Christmas time as part of their festive activities, so we are encouraging people to join in the fun with our new appeal to raise vital funds for our patients this Christmas!

This new appeal is kindly being sponsored by Pickering and Butters Solicitors. Holly continues

“We are delighted to partner up with Pickering & Butters Solicitors on our brand new appeal. They have been a very loyal supporter of Katharine House Hospice for many years and it is a pleasure to launch Festive Fashion with their support.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone’s effort and encouraging you to join in the fun on social media by using the hashtag #khhfestivefashion by 21st December so that we can declare the “Festive Fashionista Winner 2016” before Christmas!

If you would like more information call 01785 270808 or email fundraising@khhospice.org.uk

Katharine House Hospice provides free care and support for adults and their families across Mid-Staffordshire who are coping with progressive illness. We rely on the kindness and generosity of the local community to raise the £2.9 needed each year to provide our services.