Staff from Tate recruitment celebrated their Easter by taking eggs to patients at the Luton and Dunstable hospital on Wednesday.
The recruitment firm, based in Hemel Hempstead, asked for donations from their clients in Luton, Dunstable and Hemel Hempstead, as part of ‘VolunTate’.
The inititative was set up by the company so employees can give back to the community.
Rachel Watson, operations manager, said: “It was a really good day, we managed to take 265 eggs to the children and elderly at the hospital.”
“The hospital staff, myself and Lauren took the eggs to the children’s play room area and some children were in there with their parents, when they saw the eggs they were so excited and their eyes lit up.
The hospital staff were grateful for the eggs from the company.
Ms Watson said: “They were overwhelmed by the generosity of our clients and delighted with the number of eggs, it meant that there would be plenty to go around and they would use them also for their Easter egg hunt.”