We have dug out 19 pictures from the late 1990s and early 2000s of volunteers, fairs, festivals of light and general fundraising shots.
Who can you spot in these throwback pictures which go back more than 23 years?
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1. Launching a campaign
Doncaster Mayor Dorothy Layton helped to launch an appeal for St John's Hospice in 1996.
2. Official handover
Pictured at the handover of St John's Hospice courtyard, conservatory and two rooms from the Cancer Detection Trust to the Doncaster Helath Care Trust in 1997 were David Bertram, John Clark, Audrey Gregory and Sheila Mitchinson
Photo: Steve taylor
3. This is not just a cheque presentation this is a M&S cheque presentation
Staff from Doncaster's Marks and Spencer store on Baxtergate presented £10,039 to the St johns Hospice Appeal in 1998. Pictured presenting the cheque is Marks and Spencer main organiser Anne Chatfield seated left and president of the hospice appeal Lord Walker. witnessing the presentation are,left to right, retired deputy supervisor Anne Brown , Joan Sprakes, store manager Graham Moss, Anne Cross, Jean Silcock and Anne Strudwick.
Photo: Andrew Partridge
4. Bags of money
Peter Oldridge and Yvonne Woodcock (right), of the Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust, were pictured in 1998 accepting £4,000 from Alison Picton, the money was raised by Doncaster library staff and donated to the St John's Hospice.
Photo: Steve Taylor