Fundraising For All Hallows
All Hallows Healthcare Trust relies heavily on the generosity of local people. Donations and legacies help ensure that we are able to continue our vital work now and in the future. Anyone can get involved, there are many ways you can support us.
Organise a fundraising event on our behalf.
We will support you, however they are a few things to consider: Charity statement and logo – all publicity materials should state ‘Supporting All Hallows Healthcare Trust, registered charity number 1124717’. We can supply our logo for you to use. Photo consent – try to make sure you get permission from anyone that you take a picture of. You will need permission from parents before taking photos of children. Split fundraising – if money raised from your fundraising is to be split between different charities, please make that clear on any posters / literature. Safety – please take care and note that it is your responsibility to make sure your event is safe and complies with any relevant authority’s rules and regulations. Please contact our fundraiser on 01986 892728 for more information.
Become a Friend – click here for details
Work as a volunteer – click here for details
Pre-printed envelopes are available for donations that can be made in lieu of funeral flowers, birthday gifts or for any other occasion.
Please remember the gift aid box. If you tick this box you are declaring that you are a UK tax payer and the tax you pay will be at least equal to the tax the charity will reclaim on payments made by you in the tax year. Extra relief increases the total value of your donation to approximately 25p in every pound you give. A leaflet is available to download as a PDF document – click here
Every gift, no matter how small, is much appreciated.
Bullock Fair Charity Shop in Harleston
They raise funds for the Hospital and provide donations to enhance the fabric of the building and for equipment to enhance the patients stay. Bullock Fair Charity Shop is situated in Harleston, South Norfolk has two shops situated alongside each other, one with clothes and bric-a-brac and the other selling books, CDs, records, cassettes and small electrical items (radios, toasters, table lamps etc.)
In an annex they call ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ you will find household items and small furniture (coffee tables, bedside cabinets, standard lamps and pushchairs etc.)
It donates all profits to local charities. The three main charities supported are ‘The East Anglian Air Ambulance’, ‘All Hallows Hospital’, and ‘EACH’ (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices).
The present directors, Sally Wilkinson and Brenda Basham strive to match or better the previous year’s total. To help there are over forty members of staff some paid to maintain continuity but mainly volunteers. They are an incredible group of people without whose help sorting, pricing and selling the donations raising money would not be possible.
By supporting Bullock Fair you are supporting All Hallows Hospital and other local charities.
Their Opening Hours
9-30am. to 4.00 pm. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
9-30 am. to 1-00 pm. Thursday
Closed all Bank Holidays, and between Christmas and New Year.
Our Fundraising Merchandise
The above articles are all available from the reception, from left Cap £4.95, Shopping Trolley Key Ring £1.50 and Screwdriver £3.00 and in addition there are Pens £1.00, Note books 75p, Bookmarks £1.00 Shopping Bags £4.00 and there is also a selection of Christmas cards, and homemade cards.
The Waveney Valley Darts League
Has supported All Hallows Health Care Trust for the past 2 years and has very kindly agreed to support us for a third year running. It has eight teams, 2 from the Duke of York A/B in Ditchingham, the Chequers in Bungay, The Queen in Earsham, The Racehorse in Westhall, the Huntsman & Hounds in Spexhall, the White Lion in Toft Monks and the Apollo in Harleston.
They not only raise funds for us by playing darts and having dart marathons, they organise quizzes and raffles too. This year the White Lion is having an extra special Golden Draw. We would like to thank the teams for their continued support.