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Donate to celebrate

Naomi House & Jacksplace ask supporters in Hampshire to donate to celebrate this June with the Great Big House Party.

On Saturday 22nd June, Naomi House & Jacksplace is inviting supporters to host a party to raise money with their summer campaign, the Great Big House Party.

Whether it be a family BBQ, dinner party, cocktail evening, coffee morning or a celebration open to the public, the charity are encouraging all types of parties to be hosted on this date, which coincides with the end of Children’s Hospice Week. As the party gets underway, hosts will encourage guests to donate to Naomi House & Jacksplace and help provide vital care and support to seriously ill children, young adults and their families, whilst making memories along the way with family and friends.

Suzie Simmons, Head of Community and Corporate Fundraising at Naomi House & Jacksplace, said: “We’re thrilled to be launching the Great Big House Party, and what a party it will be! We can’t wait to see what kinds of parties the general public, alongside local communities and businesses will host and we hope this will bring much needed funds to the hospices. The main event is on the 22nd June, but the campaign is designed for all year round, so if you can’t make this date, don’t fret – just pick your own date and get partying for Naomi House!”

Anyone interested in hosting a Great Big House Party for the charity can do so by visiting: www.naomihouse.org.uk/great-big-house-party. Here, a Super Party Pack can be purchased for just £5, which includes invites, cake flags, selfie sunglasses, a host badge, a donation box and a handy hints, tips and tricks information sheet.

Naomi House & Jacksplace are hospices based in Winchester for children and young adults with life shortening illnesses from across central southern England. Funds raised from the Great Big House Party will go towards the £9.2 million the charity needs to raise every year to be able to offer vital services such as respite care, end of life care and post bereavement care to families who need it most.

More information about the charity can be found by visiting: www.naomihouse.org.uk

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