Like all charities, we rely on the generosity of people and organisations to help fund our programmes. Most of us, in one way or another, have been sadly touched by cancer, and with your help, we can continue to provide vital support services in our local community.
We run various fundraising events during the year and are also lucky with people in and around Basingstoke and Alton who run their own fundraising events.
As a charity that is growing, with more and more people needing our services, we also embrace the business community, who have supported us since we started, either with individual fundraising events, support at our own events, and also those companies who choose us as their charity of the year.
Find out more about our fundraising below.
Local companies, organisations and clubs can make a positive impact on those in our community living with cancer. Whether a ‘one-off’ fundraiser, a team challenge or event, you can have fun and get that important ‘feel good’ factor from knowing you’ve made a difference. Sponsorship and raffle prizes are always welcome.
If you want to enhance your Environmental,
Social and Governance vision (ESG) and demonstrate your company’s commitment to making a difference, why not choose us as your Charity Of The Year? Let us come in and present to your team.
If you have some golf-loving friends or colleagues, why not sign up for our Charity Golf Day in September 2024?
A great day of golf, raising funds for the Pink Place.
Challenge your fears and jump out of an airplane at 10,000ft.
Take part in the Destination Basingstoke Half Marathon or 10K and help raise money for the Pink Place with a personal challenge.
Each year we run a fashion show in Basingstoke. It’s a fun evening that offers a huge boost to some of our brave ladies. We are always looking for sponsors.
The Pink Place is up for any challenge, are you?
During lockdown, The Portsmouth Arms general manager Richard Curtis launched a daily Facebook Live pub quiz streamed from the pub, with each entrant invited to donate to local charities. Richard broke the Guinness World Record for running the longest virtual quiz (a whopping 34 hours and 11 minutes), raising more than £23,000 for The Pink Place Cancer Charity.
His quizzes raised more than £47,000 and have passed 1,000,000 viewers and Richard’s Pub was a Charity Champion from the Daily Telegraph Great British Pub Awards 2020
Three friends took on an incredible challenge over the weekend – rowing for 50 hours non-stop and breaking three world records in the process.
Dave Holby, Simon Rayner and Stuart Dimond completed the challenge on rowing machines in Festival Place, forgoing sleep and pushing their bodies to the limit to raise cash for charities The Pink Place and Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Rowing side by side, they broke three individual continual endurance world records.
Let’s get creative together to work out a challenge that’s right for your team. We can help you promote your event to maximise exposure and your own fundraising efforts. Get in touch today for a chat.
We rely on donations for our support services, so if you would like to help us then please donate.
Could you spare a few hours as a one off or once or twice a month?