Following our recent donation to Naomi House Children’s Hospice, we were delighted to speak with Becky Ewing from their fundraising department who has given us an exclusive insight into the way that the hospice is run, and exactly how our donation has helped with this.
Naomi House and Jack’s Place Hospices in Hampshire play an incredible role in the provision of support for children affected by life threatening illnesses and their families – not only in Hampshire, but extending to Wiltshire, West Sussex, Dorset, Berkshire, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.
Hundreds of children and young people are in their care as we speak and the care and support they offer brings much needed relief in a number of ways including 24 hour respite care for families, end of life and bereavement support and community support.
Naomi House recently launched an appeal to raise much needed funding to refurbish their hospice and Kids for Life were more than happy to help out! We have sponsored a leaf on the Giving Tree that is housed in the hospice, providing a boost for the provision of care and assistance to life limited and life threatened children in their care.
for more info please visit: http://www.kidsforlife.org.uk/#!naomi-house-and-jacks-place-hospices/cg2y