Meet our supporters Val has been a regular supporter of the Hospice over the last few years and has organised many of her own fundraising events. I fundraise for the Hospice because they give so much dedicated care to such a wide range of illnesses, who would not help them? The Hospice Fundraising Team is a wealth of knowledge, offering help and advice whenever you need it. They will guide you in the right direction and iron out any worries you may have along the way. Of course fundraising is all about making money, but it can be enormous fun meeting new people and making new friends. Give it a try, you will enjoy it! Caroline took part in the London Triathlon for her mother. I took part in my biggest challenge of my life so far -the London Triathlon for The Norfolk Hospice. I chose the hospice because my mum was looked after by the Hospice at Home nurses, who provided care and resources to sustain her in her own home during her final weeks. Jimmy and four friends took part in a skydive in aid of the Hospice. I fundraised because it is a local charity and I don’t think the funding they receive is enough. The biggest obstacle was getting a date for the skydive that would suit all five ‘jumpers.’ The Hospice Fundraising Team were brilliant! They provided t-shirts & banners and came and supported us on the day. We were made to feel very special in what we have done and I am glad I could help. Fred and a group of supporters from Pott Row Methodist Church held a Coffee Morning in April 2016 and raised just over £250 for The Norfolk Hospice. We came along to visit the Hospice and were so impressed by their enthusiasm. We tried to help in the chapel’s small way. Our coffee morning event went very well. The fundraising team were very helpful and provided us with literature and banners. The biggest challenge was to find enough chairs for people to sit and drink tea or coffee. Overall it was so easy to do and support this worthwhile cause - we are planning another coffee morning next year.