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Get involved in 2024

There are so many ways to support St Wilfrid’s this year and have fun along the way.

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Make a referral

For urgent referrals, we will do our best to meet the need within one working day.

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We have a range of groups and events you can attend, here at the hospice or at other local locations in our catchment area.

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Take a virtual tour

We know that visiting a new building can be daunting, so we have created a short video tour of our facilities at the hospice.

Fundraising events

An evening of Opera
The front of several boats, with brightly coloured dragons painted on them.
Dragon Boat racing
Starlight Stroll
Seahorse Stroll
Wilf Walk
Runners at the start line of the Brighton Marathon
Brighton Marathon 2025
London Marathon 2025
Golf Day
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Our Shops & Café

Visit your local shop today, where you will find an amazing range of items, including clothing, homeware, bric-a-brac and entertainment.

Volunteer with us

Whether it's minutes or months, days or decades, every moment matters

We currently have over 400 volunteers supporting our work in shops, communities and in our hospice buildings. Our volunteers are at the heart of our charity work as a hospice and play a vital role in everything we do. Without their time and generosity, we would not be able to provide our services to patients and their families.

We're always looking to welcome new faces to our amazing team. If you have some time to spare and would like to make a difference in your local community, we would love to hear from you.

St Wilfrid’s trainee doctor fronts rock band
Trainee Doctor Gulz Dhanoya’s ‘day’ job is caring for patients at St Wilfrid’s Hospice, but during the evening, he can be found performing on stage.
Take a Starlight Stroll and remember a loved one
People who have lost a loved one are invited to remember them at our Starlight Stroll.
Winnie parties at Rainbow Run!
A youngster who chose to have her birthday party at Rainbow Run raised £1,573 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice.
Remembering the meaning of Pride
June is Pride month – a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+, and to reflect on the struggles we continue to face as a community
St Wilfrid’s trainee doctor fronts rock band
Trainee Doctor Gulz Dhanoya’s ‘day’ job is caring for patients at St Wilfrid’s Hospice, but during the evening, he can be found performing on stage.
Take a Starlight Stroll and remember a loved one
People who have lost a loved one are invited to remember them at our Starlight Stroll.
Winnie parties at Rainbow Run!
A youngster who chose to have her birthday party at Rainbow Run raised £1,573 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice.
Remembering the meaning of Pride
June is Pride month – a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+, and to reflect on the struggles we continue to face as a community
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