Looking for an “egg-citing” activity to pass some time? Please take part in Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland’s VERY FIRST online colouring competition and help patients and nurses at a vital time.
The Charity is looking for supporters who wish to explore their creative side and show their flair for design. Please visit www.hospiceathome.co.uk today to download the Easter Egg Colouring Competition template then let your imagination run wild. Add vibrant colours, a splash of paint, attach embellishments, make it 3D – whatever you like!
Cath Coates, Fundraiser for Hospice at Home, said “We kindly ask each entrant to consider making a donation to take part in the competition. The suggested donation is £2; however, all contributions are greatly appreciated during this difficult time. To take part please visit www.hospiceathome.co.uk and donate today. Be assured that every penny or pound will make a huge difference and will enable us to continue providing vital hospice care in the home.”
All entrants will receive a link in the donation receipt email to download the template which can then be printed at home. (No printer? No problem. Please just draw your own egg-shape and start creating.)
Once you have finished your masterpiece please photograph it and email it to [email protected] by Easter Monday (13th April 2020). All designs will be judged by the Charity’s Hugo the Sheep Mascot and the winner will be announced on Hospice at Home’s social media pages in the following days. All designs will also be shared on these pages in a special Easter Egg album, so that all supporters can view the beautiful artwork.
Cath added “Why not spread the cheer further by placing your “egg-cellent” design in a window in your home, so that passers-by can enjoy your creativity?”
The top three entries will receive a prize of an M&S Gift Voucher, an Easter Egg or a small soft toy. The prizes will be sent out as soon as possible following the announcement of the winners.
Please encourage friends, family, class mates and colleagues to take part in this Spring activity, and share some colour during a difficult time for our nation.