We are walking around Ayr to raise money for Ayrshire Hospice for our amazing hygienist Lesley who recently passed away.
Yvonne has decided to go out of her comfort zone and raise some funds for a good cause that she holds near to her heart. Battling with mental health and anxiety, Yvonne is ready to take a JUMP to help others who need it most. The hospice helped out our family when we needed it most.
My brother Morrison Hornell passed away in the hospice age 46 in 2011. The care and support given to him and our family was incredible in his final weeks. The hospice needs fundraising support and any funds I raise will help others in their final days.
Emma is raising money for Ayrshire Hospice, in memory of Eileen Speirs, to ensure many more people & families receive the best care when they need it most!
Both of us are big supporters of the hospice with both family and friends having received support from the hospice's services in the past. We wanted to do something to raise funds for the new build and what better than a giant swing and bungee jump both on the same day on the 5th of April.
The Hospice is a charity close to my heart that I have fundraised for from a young age doing various challenges.
I’m fundraising for Ayrshire hospice as they do there best to help people in some of the hardest time of there lives.
To raise money for this amazing hospice who take such great care of their patients.
To help raise funds
After being diagnosed with terminal kidney metastatic cancer in 2018 I want to give something back to the Ayrshire Hospice as they have been a great support to me and my family. I also want to spread some positivity to other cancer sufferers
A worthy local charity
We are a walking group supported by the Dirrans Centre, Kilwinning. We walk weekly for many reasons; our health and wellbeing, promotion of good mental health, getting out into our Communities and stroke rehabilitation. As a group we support one another to feel good, laugh and heading out a walk can help clear our heads. We've all had experience of loved ones using The Ayrshire Hospice and wanted to do something good for us as well as supporting a charity close to our hearts".