Are you ready to...

rise to the challenge

and support your local hospice

Are you looking to challenge yourself? Fancy doing something you've never done before?

Every year, people take on challenges to raise vital funds for Prospect Hospice. From running their very first 10km, to climbing towering peaks, and jumping from planes – there are plenty of events to choose from.

When you join Team Prospect and take on one of our exciting challenges, you will help us to provide free end of life care to local people and support for their families.

Our fundraising team can offer you all of the support you need, helping you choose your challenge, by sharing other fundraisers’ stories and experiences with you, right through to helping you with achieving your fundraising goals. We also have branded t-shirts and vests to let everyone know you’re supporting Prospect Hospice.

What our supporters take part in

Over the last year, our amazing supporters have…

  • Ran the London Marathon
  • Ran the Bath and Swindon Half Marathons
  • Swam the length of the River Thames
  • Abseiled
  • Taken part in Tough Mudder events
  • Competed in boxing mathces
  • Taken on the Thames Path Ultra Challenge
  • Completed a 1000 day running streak
  • Trekked to the Everest Basecamp

If you have any questions or can’t see a challenge that suits you, please contact the fundraising team on 01793 816161 or email fundraisingandevents@prospect-hospice.net and we’ll find an adventure for you.

If you’ve already found a challenge that you’d like to do, let us know by emailing fundraisingandevents@prospect-hospice.net so that we can offer you all the support you need.

We can’t wait to welcome you to Team Prospect!

If you think you might still need a little inspiration, take a look at the stories of some of our supporters below.

Aaron takes on Tough Mudder in memory of his friend

Read his story here

Hope runs the Paris Marathon for Prospect Hospice

Read her story here

Phil treks to Everest Base Camp to raise money for Prospect Hospice

Read his story here