St Luke's Hospice in Winsford, Cheshire, is a charitable organisation that has been providing exceptional palliative care and support to the people of Cheshire for over 30 years. The hospice provides free care for people with life-limiting illnesses, and it relies heavily on donations and fundraising to continue its work.
We at Start Well Learning have been supporting St Luke's Hospice for many years. The team at Start Well Learning is dedicated to making a positive impact in the local community, and their commitment to supporting St Luke's Hospice is a testament to this. Over the years, Start Well Learning has held numerous fundraising events and activities, including charity raffles, bake sales, and sponsored walks. Their efforts have raised vital funds for the hospice and helped to raise awareness of the importance of palliative care. Start Well Learning's ongoing support is greatly appreciated by the hospice and is a shining example of how local businesses can make a significant impact on the community through charitable giving this years Easter event is called Leaping Lambs.
Spring into Easter with ‘Leaping Lambs’.
‘Leaping Lambs’ is a fantastic way for nurseries and toddler groups like yours to celebrate Easter while raising vital funds for St Luke’s Hospice.
How does it work?
Leaping lambs is simply a sponsored walk, toddle or leap (with a chance to be creative too)! You set the date, distance and location and let us know and we will provide you with everything you need for your event.
We can provide you with:
Lamb head band kit, we want to see how creative ‘ewe’ can be
I’m a leaping lamb sticker for every child
A chocolate treat for every child
A Leaping Lambs sign – to show your ‘flocks’ the way
Downloadable Easter signs for your ‘Leaping lambs’ event
Sponsor envelopes/forms for the children to collect money from family and friends.
Registering for Leaping Lambs is completely FREE so book your leaping lambs fundraising kit today using the booking form below or call our Community Team on 01606 555811 for further information or visit the St Lukes website.