Abingdon Health is committed to supporting local charities in the Birmingham and York areas, communities in which our staff live and work. Our aim is to support our chosen charities partners through an exciting calendar of fundraising activities in order to support the invaluable work they do.
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Charity registration number in England and Wales (503456)
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is an independent adult hospice caring annually for over 1,000 people with terminal illnesses across Birmingham and Sandwell. Services are delivered in people’s homes or at the Inpatient Unit and Day Hospice in Selly Park, Birmingham. Additionally, the hospice offers psychological and practical support to the relatives of patients for as long as required.
York Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity Charity registration number in England and Wales (299679) and in Scotland (SC042789)
York Sands is a voluntary group of mums and dads, whose baby or babies have died, who offer emotional support to anyone who has lost a baby or babies during pregnancy, at birth or shortly afterwards. York Sands is the regional branch of Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity, a national charity that supports anyone affected by the death of a baby; works in partnership with health professionals to improve the quality of care and services offered to bereaved families; and promotes research and changes in practice that could help to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.
|The Great Abingdon Health Pie Contest||February 2018||Birmingham and York|
|York to Selby Walk||March 2018||York|
|Yorkshire 3 Peaks||April 2018||Yorkshire Dales|
|Curry Lunch||June 2018||York|
|The Freya Din Football Tournament||July 2018||York|
|Yorkshire Marathon||October 2018||York|
|The Great Abingdon Health Bake Off||November 2018||Birmingham and York|
|Christmas Jumper Day||December 2018||Birmingham and York|
Our intention is to distribute money raised equally between Sands UK (inc. York Sands) and Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, where possible, after each fundraising event.
We are using one page for all of our charity events. If you would like to make a donation to the charities we support, please make a donation on our online fundraising page.
Click on any of the links to view Abingdon Health’s charity news
|The Great Abingdon Health Pie Contest||27th February 2017||Birmingham and York||£238.10|
|Coastal Walk||11th March 2017||Staithes to Scarborough||£565.00|
|40 Miles Bike Ride||14th May 2017||Yorkshire Wolds||£165.00|
|Head Shave||16th June 2017||York||£254.00|
|The Freya Din Football Tournament*||28th July 2017||York||£515.85*|
|Curry Lunch||31st August 2017||York||£115.10|
|The Abingdon Health Bake Off||9th October 2017||Birmingham and York||£184.40|
|Christmas Jumper Day||18th December 2017||Birmingham and York||£81.25|
Our intention is to distribute money raised equally between Sands UK (inc. York Sands) and Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, where possible, after each fundraising event.*All money raised from this event will go to York Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. **Total includes ad-hoc donations made on our fundraising page.
Below are the events Abingdon Health completed in 2016.
|Purple Friday||£110 raised||The Freya Din Cup – Football Tournament||£500 raised|
|Ready Steady Bake||£137 raised||Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge (Event website)||£465 raised|
|Colour Run||£170 raised||Tough Mudder – Yorkshire (Fundraising website)||£290.49 raised|
For information about any of the events above please don’t hesitate to contact our team at email@example.com. If you want to join in we would more than welcome your participation.
© Abingdon Health 2018