This Easter, pupils from local schools and nurseries across Oldham donned their bunny ears and put their best fundraising hop forward to raise money for Dr Kershaw’s Hospice, in support of patient care.
The New Village Nursery, in Lees, St Chad’s CE Primary School in Uppermill, and St Anne’s CE Primary School in Royton collectively raised over £6,000 for Dr Kershaw's whilst having fun with their bunny activities.
A huge thank you to all the pupils, staff, and families for your incredible support and raising a fantastic amount for our patients.
We hope you had a hippity hoppity happy bunny hop day!
Dr Kershaw’s Bunny Hop is a wonderfully inclusive experience. It supports a child’s well-being and helps develop a sense of being part of one big team, collectively working to engage with their local community. Plus you get to wear special bunny ears!
Your Bunny Hop can take place anytime around Easter, to suit your timetable, and you set the distance for the pupils to hop.
Once you sign up, each school/nursery will receive:
By taking part in the Bunny Hop you will be helping us care for local men and women who are living with a life limiting illness, giving them the specialist care they need to manage their symptoms and to be able to face the end of their lives with dignity and calm.
If your nursury, class, or school would like to get involved in our 2023 Bunny Hop, please contact us to register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 624 9984.