Team and Corporate Charity Challenges
Want to take on a team or corporate challenge for charity this year? Would you raise money for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity? 
Take on one of our charity challenges with friends, family or colleagues and help us raise money for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity. 

Team Challenges 2019

Or take on your own sponsored team challenge to raise funds for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.

How we can help

We will help you by:

  • promoting your team fundraising page and events
  • providing a Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity T-shirt
  • offering advice on how to fundraise or get more sponsorship

For more information, please contact Teresa King on

Why take on a team challenge for us?

Because without the contributions of people like you who do challenges like this for our Charity, without your fundraising help, the Florence Nightingale Hospice could not provide all the services it does to those in our community who need end of life care in the Hospice or at home, or who need support to live with life-limiting or terminal illness. We could not provide care in their own homes for sick children whose families need a break or time to care for siblings, or provide comfort and a listening ear when people are bereaved. And much more.

“It’s most definitely a motivational team building event as well as being a very personal challenge for everyone involved.”

– Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB)

In October 2018 a group of family and friends of Andrew Bath, who sadly died in the Hospice in 2017, took on the Swanbourne Endeavour as a team - taking on mud, fire, water and other obstacles. "The Florence Nightingale Hospice at Stoke Mandeville gave him and us exceptional care and support in his last few weeks and beyond. He sadly passed away on 15th November 2017. Andrew would be amazed and so proud of them as we are." - Lynn Bath The team raised over £3,000 for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.
Ariston UK's Tough Mudder Team of seven staff raised over £700 for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, completing the 10 mile course through mud and over twenty obstacles.
Bucks Fire & Rescue, Green Watch, have taken on the Three Peaks Challenge multiple times for Florence Nightingale Hospice, with the latest challenge raising £671. “This year, we did the challenge a month earlier, so we had to cross some snow drifts near the top of Ben Nevis, but only 2 hours earlier at the foot of the mountain, we were wearing shorts and T-shirts!” said Watch member Mark Allison. “Even with lots of training under our belts, we were all still very sore and tired by the time we got back to Llanberis. As always, it was a great team experience and we kept each other motivated through the tough times that we all went through at one point or another. We were pleased to be able to raise some money for the Hospice again this year for the local connection that we have with them and the great work that they do throughout Buckinghamshire.”