Cransley Hospice

We have long been supporters of Cransley Hospice

We again ran our Waitrose raffle this year, and the proceeds were divided between Cransley Hospice, Mind and Recovery House, each organisation receiving £500.00

Here is what Cransley Hospice had to say:

"On behalf of  Cransley Hospice we would like to extend an enormous thank you for raising £500.00 through a raffle @Waitrose.  

We love to celebrate every donation we receive here in the office, sometimes we sing, sometimes we cheer or raise a glass to toast your success (water of course).  We hope you had as much fun raising the money as we had celebrating receiving it.  Give yourself a juge pat on the back you've done something truly incredible!

Your contribution will make a huge difference in helping us to continue to provide specialist end of life care for the people of North Northamptonshire when they need it the most.  It's thanks to your support we can continue to expand our service ensuring patients and families are cared for with dignity and respect and made as comfortable as possible for as long as they can.

The granddaughter of one of our patients said "Cransley Hospice is wonderful, so much more than a Hospice, it's a home from home.  It's security to its patients and comfort to their families with daily visits the staff became friends, familiar face and the light in the dark."

Thank you again for your support it means a lot to us, our patients and their families."

We are very happy to have been able to help.

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