Below are some examples of previous fundraising for the Health Way Foundation. Why not take these as inspiration!
Ride London — Spaces available
The Health Way Foundation has three places available for the Ride London:Essex 100 taking place on 26 May 2024.
The centrepiece of the world’s greatest festival of cycling, the 100-mile challenge is one of the UK’s most famous challenge rides.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A group of six teams from our Acute Rehabilitation Directorate (ARD) competed in a very enthusiastic football tournament.
The entry fees for the competition were donated to the Health Way Foundation. The winning team (Havering Home Treatment Team) will now be in discussions with the charity in ways best to ensure that these funds go towards the team in the most suitable way possible.
Sponsored walk - Seven Sisters
The team at Kent and Medway Adolescent Hospital have planned to undertake the 13 mile hike from Seaford to Eastbourne across the Seven Sister Cliffs on 11 November 2023.
The funding will go towards developing a fenced off space at the unit into a sustainable area for young people to have outdoor access to green spaces. This area will allow for both sensory and horticultural therapy to support the young people while they are on the unit.
Donate to their walk here — Link to donate
Lauren raised £900 through a skydive
Jumping out of a plane may not be on everyone’s bucket list but for one young woman this was an achievement not just conquering the skies but also a way to say thank you to those who helped save her life.
Approaching local businesses to support her, and setting up her own tombola to raise money for her sky dive, Lauren raised £900 for the Health Way Foundation.
Staff raise £2,000 taking part in Ride London:Essex
NELFT members of staff took part in Ride London:Essex and raised just under £2,000 for the Health Way Foundation.
Ride London is one of the UK’s most famous challenge rides and gives riders a unique opportunity to cycle on traffic-free roads through some of the most famous streets of London and the picturesque villages and countryside of neighbouring Essex.
Friends of Goodmayes donate over £60,000
The Friends of Goodmayes, a charitable association consisting of several retired volunteers, came into operation shortly after the opening of Goodmayes Hospital in 1901.
After over 100 years of service, the Friends of Goodmayes made an incredible donation of over £60,000 to the Heath Way Foundation.
Local hero walks 1000 miles, raising over £2,000
A local NHS supporter walked an incredible 1,000 miles in 80 days and raised over £2,000 as part of the Spring To Mind Challenge.
Debra Launder, who has lived in Hornchurch for over 25 years, was furloughed during the COVID-19 pandemic and decided to make use of her spare time by walking and raising funds for the NHS.