What's On Care for a Cocktail Now that the summer months are upon us, why not enjoy a cocktail with friends, colleagues and family, following the current government advice on restrictions? You could: host your own virtual cocktail making class, challenge your family to who can make the best cocktail with what's in the cupboard, or virtually meet with your colleagues after work for happy hour. There are loads of ways in which you can get involved and have a great night in while supporting those affected by life-limiting illness. The cost of just one £8 cocktail could fund everything we do for one minute. That's one minute of care for 300 people in our hospice, in the hospital and in homes across north Oxfordshire, south Northamptonshire and south Warwickshire. Please get involved and help your local hospice today! Register your interest by emailing [email protected]. Making your donations During lockdown, most of the Katharine House fundraising team are working from home, so donating online rather than sending us a cheque or cash is the best way for us to receive the money you raise - not that we'd turn down other forms of donation, obviously! Please use the donation buttons below. Alternatively, you might prefer to set up a Just Giving page. Don't forget to let us know if you're doing this by emailing [email protected] Cocktail recipes We've selected some cool cocktail recipes to help you kick start your Care for a Cocktail event - click here to see them and get mixing! Online donations Please make your donations using these buttons below. Thank you for your support of Katharine House Hospice. Please select a donation amount: * £8 £16 £24 £32 Other Set up a regular payment Donate Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: Please note that many national and local events have been affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For further information on how events for Katharine House are affected, please visit this page. For information on holding your event for Katharine House during the Coronavirus outbreak, please read our guidance here.