We are excited to be launching our brand-new 30 for 30 challenge to celebrate St. Michael’s Hospice special 30th anniversary.

The hospice opened in July 1992 and continues to provide support to North Hampshire 30 years later. We could not do this without people like you and we would love for you to join us to help celebrate!

We will be challenging our supporters to walk, run, swim or cycle 1 mile a day to reach 30 miles in September. The challenge will run throughout the month of September or you can choose a month of your choice.

You can also do a challenge of your choice linked to the number 30 over a 1-month period. You may choose to do:

  • 30 minutes of exercise (daily)
  • 30 hours 
  • 30 laps
  • 30K
  • 30 miles
  • 30,000 steps

This event is free to enter and you will recieving lots of support along the way.

Once you have completed your challenge, you will recieve a certificate via email.

The challenge will run throughout the month of September, however if this date is unsuitable, you can choose a month of your choice.

How does it work?

1)            Select your challenge

2)            Start walking, running, cycling, swimming (Your challenge must be completed within 1 month). Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues to encourage sponsorship and support wiht your challenge. 

3)            Once complete, simply email your evidence to: events@stmichaelshospice.org.uk. This can be done via Strava, Garmin, Map My Run, Fit Bit, screenshots of treadmill or static bike etc. We would also love to see your pictures! You can also use our very own 30 for 30 tracker that will be emailed to you when you sign up. 

4) Once you have completed the challenge, you will recieve your well deserved certificate! 

 

 

registrations are not available

The event is closed.

 
 
 

This year it will cost over £5.5million to operate the Hospice and provide our services to our local community, with less than 20% funding from the North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group. The remaining funds comes from the kind donations made by people like you out in our community.

Your support will help us continue to provide extraordinary specialist care to our patients and their families. People will always need us, and your support means we are there for them. So, on behalf of all our patients, their families and the dedicated staff and volunteers at the Hospice, thank you!