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Join an event

Get involved in one of our many fundraising events and raise money to help local people who urgently need hospice care.

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Jump for joy

Take on the ultimate bucket list challenge and make a 10,000ft leap for the Hospice!


Book your place today for Sunday 4th September 2022.

Attend our Big Heart Ball

Don't miss out on our largest and most prestigious Ball ever in London's De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms on Saturday 12th November 2022.

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Conquer Yorkshire's three highest peaks in one day 

20 August 2022 - Walk 24 miles and climb 5000ft in just 1 day. An incredible hike that you'll never forget.

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Ride with us

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London Triathlon

Saturday 6 August - Sunday 7 August 2022

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London to Paris

Wednesday 7 June - Saturday 10 June 2023

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Be part of the Mistletoe Market

Our christmas market is back and bigger than ever before on Sunday 27 November at the Forest Row Centre. 


We are now taking bookings for stalls!

Join #TeamSFH at the London Marathon

2 October 2022


Do you have your own place at the London Marathon

this year but want to support your local charity?


Join TeamSFH and we'll be there with you every step of the way.

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Meet the people who have taken part

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"The London Marathon is the best sporting carnival there is."

Ben Whateley-Harris has run the London Marathon five times to raise money for the Hospice and cites its carnival atmosphere as the reason he keeps going back.

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"I jumped out of a perfectly good plane in memory of my mum."

Adrenaline junkie, Tina, knew a skydive would be the ultimate way to remember her Mum. She described the jump as the most exciting and surreal experience of her life.

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"Running the Havering Half helped me deal with my grief."

Leonore ran the Havering Half Marathon in memory of her sister, Wendy. She says that running was a wonderful way to remember her sister and helped her heal after her sister passed away.


"The Hospice saved Vlad and they saved me."


When the pandemic hit, Vlad, who lived in a care home, was unable to be visited by his parents. In his distress, his condition deteriorated and the Hospice got involved to help co-ordinate his care and manage his pain. His mother now credits the Hospice with saving her son's life.


Your support helps to fund care for people like Vlad, who live with incurable conditions. 


Contact the Events team

Taking part in your own challenge or activity? Or want some advice and guidance about taking part? Please get in touch - we'd love to hear from you!

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