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Start the New Year by supporting North London Hospice's Do or Donate campaign this January. There are many ways you can help - volunteering, fundraising or donating to its shops.

This January Do or Donate something for North London Hospice! 

North London Hospice couldn’t exist without our supporters, so do something amazing this month and support our work in the local community and join our incredible team of supporters. 

Some of the things you could do this January:

Volunteer. 770 volunteers help in our shops and on hospice premises, could you be one of them?

Donate. Unwanted Christmas gifts? Unloved clothes? Toys overload? Why not donate them to our shops?

Sign up to one of challenges. Take your pick. You can walk, run, trek or even skydive to raise funds for the hospice.

Become a charity partner. Get your business and employees involved, it feels good to do good!

Make a donation 

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