Annesley firm Promotional Logistics Ltd donate toys for Chad/King’s Mill Hospital MRI appeal
AN Annesley logistics company has shown their caring side by donating a variety of unwanted toys and teddies to Chad’s MRI Appeal.
The items have been handed over by Promotional Logistics Ltd, who are based at Sherwood Park, and will be raffled off to help raise hundreds of pounds for our life-changing campaign.
The company are a third party logistics firm and distribute items for a number of clients around the country.
Marvin Walden, facilities, health and safety manager, said: “These are items that our clients no longer want us to distribute and have asked us to get rid of. Rather than just throwing them away, we thought they would be great for King’s Mill Hospital.
“We regularly donate to charity and we think the MRI appeal is a great cause. We are excited to be doing something to help the hospital.”
The raffle will take place at King’s Mill Hospital at 2pm Wednesday.
It is the latest in a monthly series of MRI Appeal raffles, with previous events helping raise hundreds of pounds each time for our £750,000 appeal.
Anyone with any items to donate for future raffles can do so by visiting the PALS office in the main reception at King’s Mill Hospital, or by calling 01623 672222.
Donations to our MRI appeal can be made by visiting Chad receptions, calling the customer services department at King’s Mill Hospital on 01623 672222, by visiting Sherwood Forest Hospital’s NHS Trust website, through Just Giving or by cheque.
All cheques should be made payable to Sherwood Forest Hospitals Charitable Funds.
See the Chad website for all the latest news on the MRI Scanner Appeal.
If you have a story or are doing a fundraising event for our MRI Scanner Appeal, get in touch with Stephen Thirkill on 01623 450292, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @StephenThirkill
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