Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), with two City-Centre shops was delighted to receive funds of over 5700 presented by Wealth Management Company, Brewin Dolphin, Exeter office.The money will go towards the general care budget and could fund the food bill at the Barnstaple hospice, Little Bridge House, for six weeks.
Children’s Hospice South West helps and support children and their families who are living with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions: every day is dedicated to making the most of every moment. Because life is unpredictable, the charity is there day and night, all year long – whenever they are needed.
Brewin Dolphin’s Exeter Office chose CHSW as their ‘Charity of the Year 2014’, and the funds were raised from a number of events and activities organised throughout the year.
Jon Crompton, Divisional Director – Brewin Dolphin Exeter said: “We were proud and delighted to support CHSW as our Charity of the Year for 2014.It’s a very worthy and deserving cause and it has been a fun year of events for both the team and our associates who helped us to fund raise. It is wonderful to think that the monies we have raised over 12 months could help to feed the families at Little Bridge House for six weeks and will make a real difference for the charity.”
Children’s Hospice South West has three hospices based in North Devon, Bristol and Cornwall offering tailor-made family-friendly facilities.The charity is dedicated to making the most of short and precious lives, providing the best possible hospice care for life-limited children and their families in the South West. CHSW delivers a range of services including short breaks, specialist play, music therapy, activities for siblings, palliative and emergency care, end of life care, and bereavement support.
Naomi Dymond, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser – CHSW says: “We were absolutely thrilled to be chosen by Brewin Dolphin’s Exeter office as their Charity of the Year and it has been fantastic to have their support.Everyone got fully involved and we have thoroughly enjoyed following the team’s many fundraising activities throughout the year.On behalf of all the children and families who receive our special care, we would like to thank everyone at Brewin Dolphin Exeter for an incredible year of fundraising.We rely almost entirely on voluntary donations and without the commitment and generosity of businesses like Brewin Dolphin, we simply couldn’t continue to be there for the life-limited children and families who need us the most.”