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Hitting the right notes for St Peter’s Hospice

Tickbox is delighted to be supporting our clients St Peter’s Hospice at their fundraising concert of classical music at Bristol’s Colston Hall.

The event, which features pieces from Dvorak and Shostakovich played by the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra, is raising money for Bristol’s only adult hospice.

A specially-written piece will also be performed by the St Peter’s Hospice Choir – led by their music therapist, Jane Lings – on Saturday 15th November.

Tickbox have paid for a notice to appear in the concert programme, reminding audience members that they can donate to and support St Peter’s directly through their website.

We have worked with the Bristol-based charity since 2012, and we developed and maintain their website.

The site, built on our charity-sector platform Hummingbird, has helped St Peters to substantially raise their income through applications such as the interactive tribute page and other online-giving streams.

Conal Dougan, Digital Marketing Co-ordinator for St Peters’, said: “The website is very well regarded, and we often receive enquiries from other charities about it.

“In the first year of the website, page views went up 42% and visit duration went up 41%. Mobile usage almost doubled, and our income increased substantially.

“Tickbox provide ongoing support, allowing us to develop the website further.”

Tickets for the fundraising concert can be bought from the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra’s website.

 

Fundraising Concert for St Peter’s Hospice. Saturday, 15th November 2014

 

Venue: Colston Hall
William Goodchild, David Ogden<
Lorna James (Soprano)Leigh Melrose (Bass)Alun Rhys-Jenkins (Tenor)

Dvořák – Symphony No. 9 “From the New World”
Orff – Carmina Burana
Shostakovich – Festive Overture

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