A few weeks ago St Nicholas Hospice Care launched its new Corporate Supporters Club.
Since then the charity, which supports those across West Suffolk and Thetford facing dying, caring and grief, have been inundated with support from the business community, with 16 companies signing up in the first two weeks.
So far, the Beckett Investment Group, Lucy Cronin 365, Treatt, Havebury, Hugh J Boswell, Precision, Lark Technology, Atkins Dellow, St Edmundsbury Wealth Management, Thomas and Young, Lacy Scott and Knight, The Coffee House, A Class Care, Greene & Greene, Martin & Co and SMART have all pledged their support for the cause.
Abby Mayes, the hospice’s corporate fundraising manager, said: “I really have been so pleased with the wonderful support our local businesses and companies have shown. At a time when things are difficult for us all, they haven’t hesitated to support the hospice and I am so grateful for their continued generosity.
“By Joining the Corporate Supporters Club, which is sponsored by 1 Accounts Online, they have donated much-needed funds, which will help us continue to care for those who need it most.”
Businesses can either donate £300 to join or fundraise the same amount.
The club has so far proved a popular way for businesses to keep supporting the hospice after it had to postpone its annual fundraising event for businesses the Accumulator Challenge for 2020.
You can find out more about the Corporate Supporters Club and how to join here: https://stnicholashospice.org.uk/st-nicholas-hospice-cares-corporate-supporters-club/
Pictured above is St Nicholas Hospice Care’s corporate fundraising manager Abby Mayes who has thanked businesses for supporting the charity’s new Corporate Supporters Club, sponsored by 1 Accounts Online.