Peace Hospice Care to share success stories at national conference

Peace Hospice Care to share success stories at national conference

Peace Hospice Care to share success stories at national conference

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Peace Hospice Care events manager Pete Watson will be sharing his story of success at a large national conference for professional fundraisers.

His story will be shared with an audience of more than 50 leading hospice fundraising professionals at the National Association of Hospice Fundraisers Annual Conference (NAHF).

Mr Watson has been invited to speak at the event, held today and tomorrow, following the huge success of the Push it for the Peace obstacle run in Cassiobury Park in September 2013.

The gruelling challenge raised more than £60,000 for the hospice and Mr Watson will be sharing some of his experiences and learnings with other hospices.

He said: "It is a real honour to have been asked to present at the NAHF conference especially when it is one of the new fundraising events that I have been involved with setting up.

"Given that many other hospices are wanting to find out about what we are doing with our fundraising events and looking to us as an example of best practice just shows that Peace Hospice Care is really leading the way."

The success of the Push it for the Peace fundraiser prompted the debut of the River Runner  challenge on Saturday, March 29.

The event in Cassiobury park promises mud, water and a two mile sprint course that will push competitors to the limit. Last minute places are available for the River Runner.

If you wish to sign up for the challenge that is run by the same team that are ‘leading the way ‘ nationally contact the events team at Peace Hospice Care on  01923 335371.

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11:13am Thu 13 Mar 14

Cuetip says...

They say charity begins at home and no where is this better illustrated than by the Peace Hospice, the New Hope Trust, GROW and many other local charities.

They are fantastic flagships for our town in terms of the volunteers and support they receive.

Well done Pete and his team.
They say charity begins at home and no where is this better illustrated than by the Peace Hospice, the New Hope Trust, GROW and many other local charities. They are fantastic flagships for our town in terms of the volunteers and support they receive. Well done Pete and his team. Cuetip
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