Bee’s Bookshare Bundles fundraiser

The Bee’s Bookshare Bundles fundraiser is back!

We’re collaborating with the Pilgrims Hospices Old Bank Bookshop to give you an extra special summer reading treat and raise funds for this important East Kent charity at the same time.

Donate at least £10 and get a surprise selection of books, all based on your reading preferences and picked from Margate’s Old Bank Bookshop shelves, which are packed with a vast range of fiction and non-fiction.

1. Go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/bees-bookshare-bundles and make your donation (please donate at least £10 – the more you give, the more books you get!)

2. Share your reading preferences at beesbookbundles@gmail.com

3. Receive a bundle of reads from the Old Bank Bookshop Margate – collection only

Order a book bundle for yourself or as a gift for someone else, or even for someone in the Hospices to enjoy.

Whatever you can donate will go a long way to support this charity’s work, in their 40th anniversary year, which is dedicated to providing skilled and compassionate care, free of charge, to people living with an incurable illness in East Kent.

10 years of Bookshare feels like something worth celebrating, especially after the past two years, and I couldn’t think of a better way than sharing even more books whilst raising money for such a worthwhile charity at the same time. I hope you’ll help me raise as much as possible. Thank you.

During the Covid-19 pandemic you helped me to raise over £2,500 for the vital charity Oasis Domestic Abuse Service.

It was a way for me to share the love of reading whilst we couldn’t hold our Bee’s Bookshare meet us and to support this charity at a time when it’s never been more needed. Now, I’m looking to raise for another important East Kent charity.

THANK YOU for supporting the Book Bundle fundraiser

Bee

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About Pilgrims Hospices

Pilgrims Hospices is dedicated to providing skilled and compassionate care, free of charge, to people living with an incurable illness in east Kent. Their vision is that people with a life-limiting illness are supported and empowered to live well in mind and body, making the most of the time they have. They care for thousands of patients a year, at their three inpatient units in Canterbury, Thanet and Ashford, their Therapy Centres, and in patients’ own homes. As a charity, they rely heavily on donations. The NHS contributes around 25% annually; the rest is raised by the generous east Kent community. In 2022, the charity celebrates its 40th anniversary.

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