Supermarket managers have given hundreds of pounds to officials from the Swaffham and Litcham Home Hospice in the latest donation from their fundraising programme.
The charity has received £600 from staff at the town’s Waitrose store, as part of its Community Matters programme.
The scheme at the Castle Acre Road store donates £1,000 each month to local good causes.
The amount given to each charity is based on the votes given by customers who take part in the firm’s green token programme.
The hospice was one of the charities chosen to benefit from the programme, which has given tens of thousands of pounds to charity, during October.
David Gulliver, chairman of the hospice’s fundraising committee, said: “We would like to thank all their customers who chose to support us.”