POLICEMAN Alex Langley has raised £548 for Kirkwood Hospice.
Pc Langley raised the cash by running the London Marathon in April, dressed in a sunflower bonnet.
Sunflowers are the emblem of the Dalton hospice.
Dewsbury-based Pc Langley, 29, moved from London to West Yorkshire with wife Melanie 15 months ago.
The money he raised will go towards patient care.
National charity Help the Hospices has been chosen as the official charity for the 2005 Flora London Marathon.
Runners taking part for the charity can wear a sunflower emblem.
Kate Leadbeater, the Dalton hospice's fundraising co-ordinator, said: "This will provide a fantastic way of creating awareness of our hospice and the whole hospice movement.
"It will also provide a wonderful opportunity of raising vital funds towards patient care."
People have until October 22 to apply to run for Help the Hospices in next year's London Marathon.
An official application form can be obtained from Marathon News, a free magazine with a distribution of 400,000 to sports shops. Kirkwood will provide runners with a basic guide, plus a T-shirt and sponsorship form.
For further information, phone Ms Leadbeater on 01484 557911.