Doing the business for hospice charity
VOLUNTEERS from the Federation of Small Businesses presented the Garden House Hospice, Letchworth GC, with a cheque during their annual Business to Business Dinner at Knebworth Barns. The £425 donation was raised by FSB members and dinner guests through a
VOLUNTEERS from the Federation of Small Businesses presented the Garden House Hospice, Letchworth GC, with a cheque during their annual Business to Business Dinner at Knebworth Barns.
The £425 donation was raised by FSB members and dinner guests through a fundraising raffle at the event.
Garden House Hospice founder trustee Sheila Ball said: "It was a very pleasant evening. The people are very enthusiastic about what they are doing and asked questions about the hospice. We are most grateful to them for a lovely sum of money. Without the support of local businesses and the general population we would not be able to keep going."
Membership of The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Hertfordshire has rocketed in recent years.
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FSB North and East Herts Events co-ordinator Maree Atkinson said: "We were delighted that Sheila was able to mingle with our members, and her overview of how the FSB's donation will support the hospice's work and their expansion programme."
The hospice provides free care and support for patients suffering from incurable cancer or motor neurone disease therefore volunteers must raise £600,000 a year to keep it running.
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