Patients at Katharine House hospice have received a generous Easter treat from local businesses in the run up to the holiday weekend. The hospice has received a huge clutch of Easter eggs and gifts which have been distributed to our patients and their families to enjoy.
Holly Addison, Corporate Fundraiser at Katharine House Hospice said:
“We have been overwhelmed by the kindness of local businesses that have gone out their way to provide some Easter joy for our patients. We are very grateful for the support’’
Michelle Chase from iForce, Stafford who visited Katharine House Hospice to donate a large selection of Easter Eggs said;
“iForce Limited have recently moved to a site in Stafford based at Prologis Park, processing the returns for Screwfix and B&Q. The iForce team have chosen Katharine House Hospice to receive their Easter egg donations as many of the team live locally and have known friends or family who have been patients at the hospice.”
Other Easter egg donations this year have come from Stafford Citroen, Stafford Land Rover and Nuffield Health & Fitness Centre in Cannock.
Katharine House Hospice provides free care and support for adults and their families across Mid-Staffordshire coping with a progressive illness. It relies upon the kindness and generosity of the local community to help generate 75% of funds needed to run its range of vital services.
If you would like to find out how your company could make a difference to your local hospice, please contact Holly Addison on 01785 270808 or alternatively e-mail email@example.com