What's in the Care for a Cuppa pack?

After signing up, you will receive a fundraising pack including:

A collection box, bunting, foldable price tent labels, cake flags, two recipes from Lincolnshire celebrity chef Rachel Green, a colouring in sheet, word searches, delicious coffee bag sample from The Lincoln Tea & Coffee Company, and much more.

This Pack will get you started in your fundraising.

To get your fundraising pack, simply sign up today! Your pack will then be posted to you, and you can also download and print off your own materials.

Get your free pack today!

Collaboration with Rachel Green

Lincolnshire based chef Rachel Green is renowned for her culinary and hospitality skills. Rachel has years of experience as a chef believing that good, honest, locally-sourced food doesn’t need to be messed around with too much to taste great.

Having lived in Lincolnshire her whole life, Rachel knows the work St Barnabas does across the county to help some of the most vulnerable families who need care and support the most.

To support Care for a Cuppa, Rachel has kindly provided a ‘fool-proof’ recipe created by her mother for an absolutely incredible addition to your Care for a Cuppa, the Fairburn’s Celebration Chocolate cake.
Learn more about Rachel

Care for a Cuppa in memory of Jenny Kenton

Aimee Furneaux and her family in Branston hosted a Care for a Cuppa fundraiser on Saturday 20th August, raising a whopping £1,230!

Aimee, her sister Faye, and their father Paul hosted the event for dozens of family members and friends, who enjoyed delicious cakes over tea, coffee and soft drinks, and helped raise vital funds for their local Hospice.

The event was in memory of Aimee and Faye’s mother Jenny Kenton, who was a patient at St Barnabas Hospice before her death in March 2022.

Aimee says: “The dignity, respect, love and care they showed mum during her final few days will never be forgotten. The amazing service they provide to the people of Lincolnshire must never be taken for granted and should be supported and protected at all costs.”

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How your care will help

Your Care for a Cuppa will help St Barnabas care for others at a time when they need it most.    

Could pay for

One Hospice at Home nurse to care for a patient in their own home for five hours


Could pay for

One hour of Specialist Inpatient Care at the Hospice


Would fund our

Bereavement Helpline for a day to give support to those struggling with grief