As you may already know, there are many ways to raise money (or help us in other ways!) to support Alder Hey Children’s Charity. From running and challenge events and playing the Alder Hey Lottery, to schools fundraising and donating toys, there is a wide variety of ways you can kindly donate your time by raising money for Alder Hey.
However, if you are looking for something a little different, we have a couple of ideas in mind…
Are you, or a loved one, a fan of the mystical and magical creatures that are unicorns? If so, we have a suggestion! Adopt a unicorn here, and a portion of the price you pay will be donated to Alder Hey to assist with the continued development of our ground-breaking research, innovation and education centre ‘Institute in the Park’.
Not only will you receive your adorable unicorn friend, you will also receive regular updates from the unicorn community and a magical unicorn adoption pack!
Roost Creature Adoption
If you haven’t already heard, Alder Hey in the Park is now home to Roost – the spectacular hanging sculpture featuring hand-painted wooden birds, animals and other creatures, designed and created by artist Lucy Casson.
Only 100 unique Roost creatures have been created - and they are all up for adoption.
What’s in it for me?!
If you adopt an Alder Hey Roost creature, its home for life will be the comfortable and homely Alder Hey in the Park. Of course, you are welcome to come and name your Roost creature; your chosen name will be featured in our online Roost gallery, along with your contribution and story. You will also receive a high resolution image of your adopted Roost creature to admire when you are unable to pop in and pay it a visit! Of course, the most important part of all is knowing your adoption is directly benefiting the support of our young patients at Alder Hey.
Roost creature adoptions cost £500 and are available through our online shop. If your company is looking for a charity to work with, or you are looking for a corporate social responsibility partner, adopting a Roost creature is the perfect way to support the vital research going on behind the scenes at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.