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.
Everyone Enjoying Afternoon Tea
This Wednesday our Day Services team served up a double delight by offering our awesome afternoon teas to their afternoon group. This nicely coincided with our Afternoon Tea boxes going out to our Virtual Programme service users. It’s this kind of joined up thinking that makes our care some of the best. We like to make sure that all of our service users feel valued across all of our services. It is so important to our mission as a charity. Also, it is the very reason that we offer our services. Have a look at these wonderful afternoon teas.
Fundraising Thank You
A big thank you to our Day Services Team Lead, Hannah Richards, who is doing a sky dive, not a wing walk, for Mary Ann Evans Hospice! We think it’s great that one of our team members wants to give something back! So please help Hannah reach her goal!
Want to have more meaning in your life? Do you want to do something that is satisfying and of great service to your community? Then become a Hospice Driver!
Find out more here or call 02476 865440 and ask for Hannah.
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