We are delighted to announce that from July the Møller Centre will be supporting Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, who help people in Cambridgeshire living with a life-limiting illness.
Throughout the year, we aim to raise £5,000 to support Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s great work through hosting fundraising events, offering complimentary use of the Møller Centre’s facilities and other initiatives, such as donating 50p for every delegate feedback form filled in.
Thomas Smith, speaking on behalf of the Møller Team said:
“Each year the whole team votes for a charity to support and we’re really excited this year to have chosen Arthur Rank Hospice Charity. It’s a great opportunity to help such a worthwhile local cause and we’re looking forward to giving something back in the year ahead through collaboration and teamwork.”
What do Arthur Rank Hospice Charity do?
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity supports people in Cambridgeshire who are living with a life-limiting illness. Their care and services are provided free of charge to patients, to help them and their loved ones to make every moment count.
To supplement the NHS contribution, the Charity are required to raise £2 million annually to fund the additional services provided by the Hospice.
In April 2015 building commenced of a new 24-bed hospice in Shelford Bottom. The project cost stands at £10.5 million and the Charity is working hard to raise the remaining funds needed. They hope to open the doors to patients in late 2016.
Their professional, compassionate and practical services deliver care, counselling and education, helping patients to live well and their families to live on.
For further information, please visit Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s website.