From coffee mornings or afternoon tea and sponsored walks to live music events and more, taking part in a fundraising activity or organising one is a great way to support Carers in Hertfordshire. Throughout the year we are pleased to get involved with fundraising events organised by individuals, businesses, schools and groups held to support us. We also plan our own activities or have fundraising and information stands at various community events or activities that you can join in too.
Please consider joining us or getting involved in an event. We welcome all support as it makes a big difference to ensure we continue making carers count.
Below is a list of upcoming events. To learn more about any event please get in touch with the contact, details provided and if you want to find out about volunteering at any of them please call 01992 58 69 69 or email
Wednesday 27th February 2019: Fashion and Beauty Event
From 5.30pm - 8.30pm at Kings Langley School, Love Lane, Kings Langley, WD4 9HN.
A team of students at Kings Langley School are taking part in a Dragons Apprentice business challenge and any profits they make are going to be donated to us. The team have organised a Fashion and Beauty Evening and there will be a range of stalls selling clothes, jewellery and beauty products. There will also be a raffle and refreshments.
Entry is £2 for adults and £1 for children 16 and under. No need to book, pay at the door!
Wednesday 20th March 2019: Stevenage Mayor's Charity Concert
From 7pm - 9.30pm at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Lytton Way, Stevenage, SG1 1LZ.
Stevenage Mayor, Cllr Margaret Notley, invites you to an evening of music, song and dance as part of the fundraising she is doing to support us and other local charities during her year as Mayor. Tickets are £7 and available from the theatre by calling 01438 363200 or online via https://www.gordon-craig.co.uk/mayors-charity-concert-i2136
The event is being sponsored by Kloofs of London, a Stevenage based jewellers.
Sunday 24th March 2019: Civic Service
From 3pm - 5pm at Symonds Green Community Centre, Filey Close, Stevenage, SG1 2JW.
The Mayor of Stevenage is holding this Civic Service celebration. There will be tea and coffee and a performance by Almond Hill Junior School Choir. Everyone is welcome, no tickets are needed.
Saturday 13th April 2019: Coffee morning
From 10am - 12pm noon at the Cafe at Hertford Methodist Church, Ware Road, Hertford, SG13 7DZ.
Enjoy a cup of tea/coffee, cake and conversation at this event organised by Inner Wheel Hertford, which is supporting us as one of their charities of the year.
Tuesday 30th April 2019: Stevenage Mayor's Big Girl's Don't Cry Show
From 7.30pm - 10pm at Gordon Craig Theatre, Lytton Way, Stevenage, SG1 1LZ.
The Mayor of Stevenage, Cllr Margaret Notley, is celebrating the end of her Mayoral year, which is supporting us and two other local charities, with this show.
This feel good show features the East Coast Boys celebrating the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons with hits Beggin’, Sherry, Working my Way Back to You and December 63 (Oh what a Night).
If you enjoyed Jersey Boys, you’ll love this show. Tickets are £25 from the theatre by calling 01438 363200 or online at www.gordon-craig.co.uk
Friday 10th May 2019: Stevenage Mayor's Charity Ball
From 6.45pm - midnight at Cromwell Hotel, High Street, Stevenage, SG1 3AZ.
As Cllr Margaret Notely comes to the end of her year as the Mayor of Stevenage, this ball is the last planned fundraiser to support us and her other chosen charities.
Guests will enjoy a welcome drink, three-course dinner and entertainment by Mr H. Tickets are £50 each, £500 for a table of 10 and £600 for a table of 12. For tickets or more information call A-Top Management on 01438 369173.
Wednesday 24th July 2019: Classics on the Common
From 2pm - 8pm at Harpenden Common, Harpenden, AL5 1DT.
Classic cars, motorbikes and scooters will be motoring in for this popular annual Classic Car Show organised by the Rotary Club of Harpenden with support from Harpenden Town Council. The event, in its 26th year, attracts thousands. It is free to look around, although donations are welcome and this year we are one of the charities that will benefit from money raised at the event. For more information about the event or if you have a vehicle you are interested in displaying please visit www.classicsonthecommon.com