We're delighted to be 'Charity Partners of the Year' with two media partners this year:

Watford Observer

As a newspaper with the interests of the local community at its heart, the Watford Observer has been a proud supporter of the Peace Hospice from the very start. The Watford Observer has been instrumental in supporting us over the years and has kindly chosen us as their charity partner for 2016 - our 25th anniversary year. The paper will be supporting our Every Day Matters appeal, which aims to raise £120,000.

I can think of no better way for us to mark the 25th anniversary than by naming the hospice as our charity of the year.

I have personally seen the enthusiasm and dedication of the staff and volunteers who make the hospice an inspiration to us all. We will be urging our staff and readers to dig deep into their pockets to support the campaign. - Watford Observer editor, Tim Jones


VIBE 1076 FM

Launched in August 2011, Vibe 107.6 FM is a not for profit community radio station run by the local people of Watford and South West Hertfordshire. This year the team at Vibe will be participating in some of our fundraising events and supporting the work that we do.  

Vibe 107.6 FM is delighted in being able to support Peace Hospice Care during the 25th anniversary year. Our involvement with local charities is really important to us and being part of this special year for the Peace Hospice Care is something all of us at the radio station are looking forward to. Our aim is to raise awareness of the great work they do and help celebrate this wonderful milestone. - General Manager, Howard Groves


 Our other media supporters:

If you'd like to be our media partner please contact Jaini Haria on email jharia@peacehospicecare.org.uk.

As one of our media partners you can also benefit from:

  • Promotion opportunities that will increase the profile of your company
  • Business and networking opportunities with our other corporate contacts
  • A chance to get involved in your community, which not only promotes your company within the local community, but it can also increase staff morale and team-work