Hatfield Broad Oak company does its bit after donating more than £1,500 to St Clare Hospice
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St Clare Hospice will benefit from a cash boost of £1,660 thanks to the fundraising efforts of a physiotherapy centre in Hatfield Broad Oak.
Holisticare raised the money after taking on the £50 Challenge from April to June, using just that amount to try and collect as many donations as possible.
The company, which recently won a prize at the Uttlesford Business Awards, held a raffle, quiz night and even an art competition in its bid to raise funds.
The competition saw entrants decorate a paper hand template to represent the hospice’s motto, hand in hand we care.
Nikki Robinson, owner, said: “We share many of the values of the hospice and both St Clare and Holisticare provide fantastic, compassionate care and support for our patients.
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“This is the third time we have participated in the challenge and we were delighted with the amount we raised this time - it takes our total to more than £6,000.
“Our staff worked very hard organising the events and we’d all like to thank everyone who joined in all our events this year.”
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