Fundraising Stories


Jumping for Life

"It was such a thrilling experience and I just screamed and grinned all the way down. My instructor said that I was so relaxed that at points he didn’t have to control the free fall as I did. I think that just summed up the experience."

2017 London Marathon Runners

Read all about our 2017 London Marathon runners here.

Team of forty trek Snowdon for local charities

The Gajparia family decided to really go for it and take on a mamouth challenge in memory of their grandfather Manji, who was cared for by North London Hospice in 2016. A team of forty friends and family members from the ages of five and forty five decided to climb Mount Snowdon in Wales at the end of May 2017.

Friends take to their bikes for North London Hospice

“I chose to run the London Marathon for North London Hospice because of the fantastic care they gave my best friend when he spent his last few weeks there following a year-long battle with lung cancer.
Friends Piers, Will and Ras have got together to take part once again in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 on Sunday 30 July, to raise money for North London Hospice, a place they hold close to their hearts.
Here they tell us why they decided to take part in this cycling challenge once again:

King Alfred School Students Take on High Five Challenge

A big thank you goes to the Year 8 pupils at King Alfred School in Hampstead who took part in our High Five Challenge and raised a fantastic £920.54 for patient care.

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