Some of the money will go towards Keech Hospice Care, which is based at Bramingham Lane on the outskirts of Luton.
Staff at Hays, a specialist recruitment group, chose Together for Short Lives as their charity partner for 2015 - 2017.
They will undertake a number of sponsored events such as bike rides, cake sales and family fun days.
Hays spokesman Geoff Sims said: “We’re very excited to launch our partnership with Together for Short Lives and look forward to seeing our staff take part in a variety of fundraising activities for this very special cause.” Keech Hospice Care CEO Mike Keel said: “We’re thrilled that Hays will be raising money for children’s hospices for the next two years.
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“Their support will help us provide vital care for children with life limiting conditions and their families.”
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