Round up your colleagues, add the event to your school calendar and spend the day feeling festive with friends.
Taking part is simple: donate £1 to QVH Charity to dress up as an elf (or other festive character) and go about your normal day having lots of giggles along the way.
You could also hold a festive bake sale, play elf inspired games or hold a Christmas crafternoon. National Elf Service Day is an easy and fun way to make a huge difference to adults and children from Kent, Sussex and Surrey who are treated at our hospital.
What is The National Elf Service day?
Don’t miss out on a great day of fun celebrating our National Elf Service fundraiser for the amazing Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. It’s a day to dress up or dress down, wear silly hats and raise some vital funds for your local hospital.
When is it?
Friday 13 December 2019, but you can choose any day in December that works for you.
How do I take part?
Dress up in a silly Christmas jumper, elf ears and/or hat or just wear something wear red or green. You could also hold a festive bake sale, play elf inspired games
or set up a s-elfie station with props.
How do I donate?
Please send your cheque payable to ‘QVH Charitable Fund’ to
Queen Victoria Hospital,
East Grinstead RH19 3DZ
For any further information contact Camilla Slattery on
tel. 01342 414 170 or email email@example.com for details
How does the money help?
We want all of the patients at Queen Victoria Hospital to have the best possible experience. Our hospital charity helps fund initiatives that improve the
wards and waiting rooms, help fund vital research to find new treatments and purchase medical equipment which is above what the NHS can fund. With your help, we can do even more to help the adults and children who are cared for at QVH.