Go Pink! at home on Friday 9th October for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice! We want to make your Go Pink! day be as easy and fun as possible, so here are some ideas to get you started;
BAKE IT PINK! Whether you host a coffee morning with a pink theme or add a bit of friendly competition and host a bake off, this will be a great fun way to go pink with your family and friends.
Bake it pink! virtually and take part in the Neighbourhood Bake! Invite your neighbour’s to order your delicious bakes for a donation to the hospice and then deliver their goods to their door, find out more at www.birminghamhospice.org.uk/campaigns/the-neighbourhood-bake/
QUIZ IT PINK! Gather friends and family for a fun quiz evening, testing their knowledge and having a battle of the brains! We have pink-themed quiz that you can use as part of the fun!
Quiz it pink! virtually and host your quiz night via zoom instead for a fun evening and to get more friends or family involved!
Download Go Pink! Quiz
Download Go Pink! Answers
WEAR IT PINK! Don your best pink outfit for the day and make a donation to the hospice, get sponsored to dye your hair pink or host a pink fancy dress party with your loved ones and see what pink idea’s they come up with from dressing up as the pink panther to piglet!
Wear it pink! virtually by gathering friends and family to come together over a virtual platform and you can do your own little catwalk to show everyone your pink outfit!
GAME IT PINK! Take part in our Raise Your Game campaign on the same day as Go Pink! and hold a Go Pink! stream. Whether you dress in pink or raise money as part of your gaming by dyeing your hair pink during the stream, we have lots of idea’s and support for you to Raise Your Game at www.birminghamhospice.org.uk/my-fundraiser/raise-your-game/
However you choose to Go Pink!, every pound you raise will make a difference to individuals living with life limiting illness, at the hospice, in the community and at home. Your support will enable us to continue to provide care and support to those who need us most and help them live well with their illness. Thank you.