J&B Recycling has been thanked for its dedicated fund-raising efforts after topping £70,000 for a very worthy cause.
Alice House Hospice in Hartlepool has thanked our management and staff for their tireless efforts in sponsoring and promoting the many events they put on over the years to make sure their top-level care continues to be funded.
J&B’s latest efforts was to sponsor Alice House’s annual Moonlight Walk, where people raise sponsorship to walk from the Museum of the Royal Navy to Seaton Carew Golf Club and back.
J&B Recycling is a long-term supporter of Alice House and has helped raise a massive amount for the charity that offer help to those with life-limiting illnesses.
On Saturday September 14, hundreds of walkers were treated to a pre-event warm up party with refreshments and entertainment from Deck One Discos before setting off on the 5-mile route at 10pm.
Greg Hildreth, Corporate Fundraiser at Alice House said: “We are very happy and grateful to have a wonderful partnership with such a generous and socially conscious business.
“In just over a decade, J&B Recycling has donated around £70,000 to fund care and support for local patients and families who are affected by incurable illnesses.
“J&B has supported in several ways, including their long-standing membership of our Guild of Patrons, event participation, sponsorship and staff fundraising.
“The dedication and warmth shown by Vikki Jackson-Smith and her team is incredible and hugely valued; this kind of support helps ensure sustainable care for those who need it, both now and in the future.”
Vikki Jackson-Smith, Managing Director at J&B Recycling said: “As a company with its roots in Hartlepool, we are delighted to be supporting our local hospice, Alice House, who continue to provide fantastic care for the families of Hartlepool and East Durham.
“The moonlight walk brings people together to raise much needed funds and we were pleased to support this successful event again.”
Greg Hildreth continued: “Thank you for making such a difference to the lives of local people.”
For more information on Alice House Hospice and the support they provide, please visit: https://www.alicehousehospice.co.uk/
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