The firm holds a charity football match every year. On this occasion, they chose to raise vital funds to support seriously ill local children.
Dafydd Thomas, Director at Lloyd Morris Electrical, said: “The work of Hope House Children’s Hospices is vital to our community. The money raised will help care for seriously ill children and families. They are a fantastic local charity whose work should be commended.
Cat Dowdeswell, fundraiser at Hope House, said: “We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone at Lloyd Morris Electrical for choosing to raise money for us at this year’s match.
£7.5 Million Every Year
Hope House Children’s Hospices provide specialist nursing care and support to more than 750 terminally ill children and their families who live in Shropshire, Cheshire, North Wales and also Mid Wales.
It costs more than £7.5 million every year to run our services. Statutory funding currently pays for two months’ running costs each year.
For the other 10 months they are completely dependent on donations from our supporters. No charge is made to the families.
Three children die every week in the area they cover. They can currently only afford to help one family in three.
They have set the challenge of raising an additional £2.5 million a year by 2025. This is to ensure they can afford to help every family who needs them. No one should face the death of their child alone.
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