We are extremely grateful for all the support we receive from our corporate supporters and we simply wouldn’t exist without donations and gifts from local businesses and the community.

To celebrate the support we receive, we want to share some stories about how local businesses fundraise for the hospice and provide vital support through employee fundraising, event participation, sponsorship and donations, to name but a few. We hope that these stories will inspire your fundraising journey and show that there are many different ways in which your business and employees can support their local hospice.

Brethertons take on the Santa Fun Run – again!

 Brethertons Solicitors have been long-term supporters of our hospice, in particular via our Make a Will campaign and volunteering at the Moonlight Walk. However, last year, staff wanted to be involved in more Katharine House events and decided to support the Santa Fun Run  by entering a team and volunteering. 

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Cleenol supports Katharine House through three generations

Cleenol’s association with Katharine House Hospice dates back to its foundation. They have been long-term supporters of the hospice, spanning over three generations.

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Gifts in kind making a big difference

Behind the scenes are a team of amazing people making sure that our hospice has that home from home feel. Read about how different local businesses support Katharine House.

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RC Baker and the Christmas Tractor Run

Read how RC Baker started the now phenomenally successful Christmas Tractor Run and how it has grown over the year.

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Higham Critchley Barrows

Banbury-based mortgage advisers, Higham Critchley Barrows, have been supporting Katharine House Hospice since 2019 and have raised over £13,000. Find out how they've achieved this.

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Silbury Ltd

The staff at Silbury Foods took on a massive charity challenge for Katharine House Hospice. Read about all they achieved.

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