Every Friday we’re looking to give something back and show what we are grateful for this week! We know that charities don’t run on rainbows and sunshine. So we often have to ask for your help, whether that is supporting one of our fantastic campaigns or even sharing a little of your precious time to help us out.
To say thank you to everyone, big or small, we want to show you we truly are grateful for everything you do for us. So here are our big thank-you’s this week.
Thank You Festival Suppliers
As regular readers of our Feelgood Friday blog will know, it is our chance to say thank you. So it seems fitting to talk a little about our Thank You Festival. A brainchild of the Senior Leadership Team and Board of Trustees, it is their chance to say thank you to all of our staff for their efforts throughout the pandemic. Every staff member has played their part in making sure that the Hospice did not struggle through the pandemic as it might have done. It should also be pointed out that there will be a separate celebration that will focus on our volunteers to thank them for their contributions also. The Thank You Festival has been expertly planned by Thom A and his clinical team. It promises to be a fantastic event for the staff. We would also like to extend our gratitude, as you may have seen on our social media channels, to the suppliers who will be supporting the event. Without their expertise we certainly wouldn’t be looking at such a fun day out!
So thank you to;
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We’re also looking for any budding or seasoned gardeners. We need some TLC in our garden to make it ship shape for our patients.
Find out more here or call 02476 865440 and ask for Hannah.
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