What will you say NO to this NOvember?

Can you go 30 days without your favourite thing to help raise vital funds for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice?

Here are a few ideas on what you could say NO to this NOvember!
– A sweet treat
– Crisps
– Chocolate
– Fizzy drinks
– Alcohol
– Social media
– Television
– Games console

Sponsorship
Ask your loved ones, colleagues and friends to donate to your NOvember challenge! If you raise £50+ you will receive your NOvember certificate & medal. If you raise £150+ you will receive your NOvember certificate, medal & Hospice tote bag to congratulate you for completing your fantastic NOvember challenge!

Cheat Day!
We know that sometimes you might have a special occasion that you need a cheat day for! Therefore we have a cheat day pass that you can purchase for £10, which will let you have one day off from your challenge! You can make your donation using the donate button below, quoting Cheat Day.

How will NOvember help support the Hospice?
Despite all the restrictions and the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), our nursing team are still managing to bring peace, comfort and dignity to local people coping with a life-limiting illness.

But this pandemic is still far from over, especially here in Birmingham. Getting sponsored to say NO this NOvember, will ensure that we can continue to provide care and support to individuals living with life-limiting illness in your community.

How to get involved?
When you sign up, you’ll receive your fundraising pack, which will include support on how to set up a fundraising page, healthy alternatives and a quiz that you could use to host your own quiz to raise further funds for your NOvember challenge!

Sign up to NOvember today!

Important Information
NOvember is a fundraising event to give up something for the month. If you choose to give up a certain type of food or alcohol, we advise supporters that you continue to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle and to drink responsibly within the recommended guidelines.

 

 

What will you give up this NOvember?