St Rocco’s Hospice has launched its #100Faces campaign for 2020 – and the local charity has already found their first and second and third faces!
All next year and helping lead the campaign, Warrington Worldwide Editor Gary Skentelbery will quite literally be the face of St Rocco’s Hospice – on their Wall of Fame, across their advertising and online.
Gary said: “It is an absolute honour to have been chosen as the face to lead this campaign and already a number of friends have already joined me and signed up for this great cause. Now I would urge others to follow suit and kick start the new year in style by joining this campaign.”
Each of the charity’s 100 Faces will pledge to raise £1000 to help fund the vital work the hospice does for people with life-limiting illnesses in Warrington.
So do you think you have what it takes to be a Face?
How you raise the money is entirely up to you – but St Rocco’s will be behind you every step of the way.
They’ll be helping with fundraising tips, motivational moments, meet ups and all the information you need to kickstart your challenge.
But they won’t stop there – they will keep in touch all year, finding out how you’re getting on and shouting about your fundraising to all their followers.
At the end of the year, they’ll celebrate your achievements in style, with awards for the best (and most inventive) fundraisers.
So do YOU have what it takes to join our #100Faces?
Where will the money go?
Every single penny raised by the 100 Faces will go directly to helping those with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and their families.
It costs £4.2 million every year to provide all of the care. That’s £80,000 a week, £11,000 a day or £8 a minute! Whichever way you cut it, it’s a huge amount.
Your generous support will make sure that their care is available, free of charge, for anyone in Warrington who needs it.
With thanks to Warrington Worldwide, 100 Faces Media Partner.