Schools and youth groups can take one of our mini hearts and make it their own
St Catherine’s Hospice is very much at the heart of our local community, and the HeART to Heart trail will give our neighbours and supporters the chance to follow a trail of giant fibre-glass hearts across West Sussex and East Surrey.
Schools and youth groups are also at the heart of our community and we would love for you to contribute to our hospice art project by taking on one of our mini-hearts and making it your own. A local artist has designed our unique mini-hearts for schools or youth groups to customise. Each heart has been hand-made to create a beautiful wire-framed structure that encourages children’s creative freedom. The hearts will form part of our wider community art trail in 2019.
If you would like to be involved with Young HeARTs, please call get in touch with our Community Fundraising team by emailing email@example.com or call 01293 447361
To take part in our HeART to Heart project we ask that you commit to raising £500 or more to have one of our mini-hearts.
We will provide you with a heart for your young people to create their heartfelt design, which would need to be completed by end of May 2019.
The five schools or youth groups that raise the most money for St Catherine’s will be invited to an exclusive preview of our HeART to Heart exhibition.
October 2018 – March 2019
Mini-hearts will be available for schools and youth groups to design.
Mini-hearts will be completed and given to St Catherine’s for the trail.
July – September 2019
Your designed heart will be added to the trail for the public to view.
Your heart will be displayed alongside all our other hearts together in an exclusive exhibition!
Your heart will be returned to you for you to keep at your school or youth group and your students or young people will be invited for a thank you visit to the hospice, where they will have chance to learn more about our work.
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