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Our Hospice talks offer groups, companies and organisations the opportunity to learn more about the Hospice and the impact it has for the local community.
Who are your talks aimed at?
Local groups, such as WI meetings and the Rotary Club, local schools interested in learning about Hospice services and how they can help support companies looking to select a ‘Charity of the year’ or ‘Charity of the month’
How long does a talk last?
Our talks can range in length from a brief 10 minute introduction to an hour – with a presentation and opportunities for questions and answers. We can tailor the talk to meet the needs of individuals in the group. We can focus on Arthur Rank Hospice Charity in its entirety or a more specific area if preferred – dependent on the audience we are speaking to.
Who would be giving the talk?
The Charity Team includes all staff members at ARHC and our wonderful and dedicated Ambassadors. Like our staff, our Ambassadors have first hand experience of the impact our care has on the community and the services on offer at Arthur Rank Hospice and in people’s homes throughout Cambridgeshire.
Is there a charge?
We do not charge for our talks, however if your group is able to make a small donation to ARHC, we would be extremely grateful.
How to book
Please fill in the form and a member the team will be in touch (this is usually within 72 hours).
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