The Million Pound Challenge

Join our Million Pound Challenge and help us provide more people in Norfolk with the end-of-life care they need.

We are looking for 1,000 clubs, pub quiz teams, Rotary Clubs, Scouts, Young Farmers, work colleagues or any groups of friends or even individuals to raise £1,000 for us. That would raise a colossal total of £1,000,000!

Be one of the fundraisers who have dedicated themselves to raising at least £1,000 for the Priscilla Bacon Hospice Million Pound Challenge, to help build the new 24 bed hospice, so more people can choose where they wish to receive end-of-life care and access the specific services they require when they need them.

There is no defined deadline or specific activity; you can raise the money however you choose, (as long as it is legal), and at a pace that suits you. It might be one large event, or a variety of smaller activities that form part of your fundraising for the Million Pound Challenge.

We can give you lots of ideas, advice and support materials – just get in touch!

Why take part?

Priscilla Bacon Lodge has a proud heritage of bringing the best specialist care, peace, dignity and vital support to thousands of families across Norfolk. Despite its achievements, it is now inadequate both in scale and configuration, as the population of Norfolk has trebled in this time and in its current location it cannot be extended.

Once you have registered for the Million Pound Challenge and raised your target, you will be invited to dedicate a line on the Million Pound Challenge Wall in the new Hospice. This could be your name, in memory of a loved one, your company name, community group name and so on. Please see below for an example of what the wall might look like.

Help us to build Priscilla Bacon Hospice and change the future of palliative care in Norfolk by taking part in the Million Pound Challenge!

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Winston Churchill