Echo Personnel are proud to reveal that we are holding a parachute jump in aid of charity on the 10th August 2019. This is now our fourth local charity event of the year and we are very excited to announce that we have chosen to support Cransley Hospice in Kettering for this event.
Cransley Hospice is a close and local to home charity that is a very important part of the community. They provide care for patients with a life-limiting illness who need the specialist help of hospice care.
10 of our colleagues are bravely taking the plunge from over 10,000ft. All money raised from this event will go directly to Cransley hospice as the cost of the jump is being covered by our colleagues and Echo Personnel.
If you would like to donate please feel free to visit one of Echo’s branches in Northampton, Wellingborough, Kettering or Corby.
To make a donation please follow this link : https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/echo-personnel
Provide specialist palliative care to patients with complex needs and support patients in their chosen place of care at the end of life, whether this is in the Hospice or in the patient’s home. We need to raise over £1.4 million per year to deliver all of our services to the local community.
Charity Registration No. 1151018
Echo Personnel are very proud to be able to sponsor the Lakeland’s Hospice it’s a knock out event for 2019 with a donation of £3000.
We think that Lakeland’s do excellent work in Corby and the surrounding areas and are very happy to be able to support them and contribute.
We are very excited to be joining Lakeland’s event in June of this year and look forward to helping such a good cause.
If you would like to donate any personal belongings to help Lakeland’s shop located in Corby or a monetary donation please feel free to visit one of Echo’s branches in Northampton, Wellingborough, Kettering or Corby. We ourselves shall be donating some personal items so pop in and see us and we will pass them on.
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