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Workplace Giving Raises £30,000 for Together for Short Lives

25 February 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
 
Together for Short Lives was chosen as the official charity partner in July 2013 and cemented the launch of the PHS Group’s (an FM service provider) own dedicated charitable body, the PHS Foundation.

And the Foundation has now made its first donation of £30,000. This will rise to £50,000 this year to be used to support the essential work of the the 49 specialist children’s hospices throughout the UK.

The PHS Foundation supports a number of national and local initiatives to encourage and support its employees to make an impact in their community. The Foundation prioritises three areas - Health, Environment and Enterprise.

Together for Short Lives supports those who help, love and care for children and young people who are unlikely to reach adulthood. Nick Appleby, Corporate Fundraiser at the organisatio said: “This is a wonderful donation! Our partnership with PHS makes an enormous difference to thousands of children with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions and their families and I would like to say a huge thank you on their behalf.”

 

Pictured: From left to right, Emma Wood, Chair of the PHS Foundation, Nick Appleby, Corporate Fundraiser at Together for Short Lives, Samantha Edmunds, PHS  Organisational Development Officer

togetherforshortlives.org.uk/

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 25 February 2014

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