Spring Walk & Rubber Duck Race 2018
May 5, 2018
The clouds parted, the wild winds quieted, and the sun shone down in all its glory as 500 ducks raced down Mill Creek on Saturday morning – cheered on by a record crowd filling Warkworth’s Millennium Trail.
Thanks to pledge donors, participants and sponsors, the event raised close to $17,000 – final tallies are underway. The crowd of 125+ included individuals and fundraising teams from local businesses, healthcare groups, service clubs, sponsors, volunteers, and families of past residents at the hospice!
W8 Run 2017
Oct 21, 2017
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July 15, 2017
A record number of golfers filled the Oakland Greens fairways on July 15 for the 8th annual Bridge Hospice Charity Tournament. Organizers were especially pleased to see so many families and friends of former hospice residents among the 90+ participants. Generous sponsors from throughout the region also outdid themselves with prizes and a record number of hole sponsorships.
The fun-filled tournament raised over $16,000 for The Bridge Hospice – vital funds to help pay for day-to-day operational expenses.
SPRING WALK 2017
May 6, 2017
THANK YOU to everyone who came out and braved the weather on Saturday, May 6,2017 – our Spring Walk was a HUGE success!
Thank you also to our fundraising prize sponsors:
– Dr. Bob & Cathy Henderson:
-Aron Theatre passes for the top fundraising team!
– Micaela Quibell, RMT:
-A 1 hour massage for the top individual fundraiser!
– Our Lucky Stars Cafe:
-A “Night Out Package” for the fundraising adult draw!
– The General on Main:
-A gift bag of goodies for the fundraising child draw!
GOLF, SPONSORS, VENUE & WEATHER LINE UP FOR A SOLID HIT
JULY 19, 2016
Golfers, generous sponsors and Oakland Greens Golf & Country Club pumped up the fun in fundraising at The Bridge Hospice 2016 Charity Golf Tournament on July 16.
Blessed with perfect weather, a record number of foursomes in the best ball event were challenged on the fairways and greens. Golfers vied for prizes with skill-testing contests that produced more jokes than finesse. Pro golfer Dan Heffernan was shown no mercy in Beat the Pro.