The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House recently received a generous donation of £526 from the former Kings Lynn Squash Club, a contribution that will make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need.
When Kings Lynn Squash Club disbanded, they made a solemn commitment to utilise their remaining funds by supporting five deserving local charities.
Today, Chairman John Durant and Secretary Helen Durant fulfilled their pledge by presenting the final donation to The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House.
During their visit to The Hospice, Chairman John Durant and Secretary Helen Durant were deeply impressed by the vital work being done by the dedicated staff and volunteers. They had the opportunity to tour the facility and gain a firsthand understanding of how even small donations can have a positive impact on the services and care provided by the charity.
The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House is immensely grateful for the £526 contribution from Kings Lynn Squash Club, which will directly benefit the hospice’s mission of providing care, support, and comfort to those with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
Every donation, regardless of its size, plays a crucial role in ensuring that the hospice can continue to deliver its invaluable services to the community.
In addition to The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House, Kings Lynn Squash Club also made contributions of £526 each to four other deserving causes within the local community. These beneficiaries include the Breast Cancer Unit, Scotties Little Soldiers, Leonard Cheshire, and the Emerson Unit at QEH, all of whom will benefit from the club’s legacy.
The donation was presented to The Norfolk Hospice Nursing Assistants, Carole Brocklehurst and Joanne Spencer by Kings Lynn Squash Club Chairman, John Durant, and Secretary, Helen Durant.
The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House extends its heartfelt thanks to Kings Lynn Squash Club for their commitment to the community and their dedication to making a positive difference in the lives of those in need.
Photo shows: Helen Durant (KL Squash Club Secretary), John Durant (KL Squash Club Chairman), Carole Brocklehurst and Joanne Spencer (The Norfolk Hospice).
The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House is a registered charity which provides free care, comfort and compassion to people in the local community who are living with a life limiting illness, whilst also providing support for their families and friends.