Rainbow of Ribbons
Ongoing Event AT Overgate Hospice, Elland, HX5 0QY
Rainbow of Ribbons invites you to dedicate a coloured ribbon in memory of your loved one. Filling Overgate’s gardens with a rainbow of coloured ribbons as a tribute to the special people who have brought colour to our lives.

Following the latest Government advice we have made the decision to postpone our Rainbow of Ribbons Open Garden event. This is to ensure the safety of our volunteers, staff and wonderful supporters.
Due to the current uncertainty, we are unable to announce a new date however as soon as we are able to set a new date, you are warmly invited to join us.

You will be sent your chosen ribbon, tag and a commemorative card in the post.

For more information or to make your dedication over the telephone please call 01422 387121 or email fundraising@overgatehospice.nhs.uk

No minimum donation
Choose your colour
Open Gardens 30th May
Refreshments Available


Investing For Tomorrow

Our sponsor, Investing For Tomorrow, have been a long term supporter of what we do here at Overgate Hospice.

Investing For Tomorrow have been advising the people of West Yorkshire on financial planning since 1993. Their belief is that it is never too soon to start managing and making the most of your money. Astute management today means that you can enjoy the life you want tomorrow. Their expertise of the whole financial market place allows them to help you invest in a brighter tomorrow. Whatever the level of investment, starting today gives you a firm foundation on which to build your tomorrow.

Laurence Turner, a Chartered Financial Planner and an Advising Partner at Investing For Tomorrow, said “Our company ethos here is all about working together, sharing expertise and supporting each other.  We feel that the inspiring work which is done every day at Overgate Hospice is truly worthy of our support and we’re very proud to be associated with the 3 events this year – the Garden Party, Mountain Bike Challenge and Rainbow of Ribbons – all of the events different in their own right.”