A hospice is asking companies to join a big Christmas corporate game.
Thanks to gifts from corporate supporters Keech Hospice Care, near Luton, has 250 Sony Ericsson Bluetooth speakers and more than 50 Build-a-Bears available as prizes.
In order to turn the donations into much needed cash for the hospice, Keech is asking all local companies to sell 100 lucky draw squares for £1 each, meaning that each employer could donate £100.
The winning square will be announced on December 7 with a live draw taking place in the children’s unit. When the number is drawn by one of the Keech children, the hospice will contact each employer and let them know which number out of the 100 is the winner and send them the prize.
Only 25 per cent of Keech Hospice Care running costs come from the National Health Service. It has to raise the vast bulk of funds itself from the local community to keep vital services going.
To register in this festive event or for further information contact Adele Harris email@example.com or Maggie Doust firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01582 707940.