As the government has slowly eased pandemic measures over the last month, it would have been easy for local supporters and companies to try to resume their normal activities, resulting in less donations for the hospice. However, the local Suffolk community has continued with its exceptional support of St Elizabeth Hospice, donating many more gifts and personal protective equipment (PPE) in the process.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is vital in providing a safer environment for our key workers and we always require more. Recent PPE donations include deliveries from:
- Christine Bailey – A local supporter in the community who made and donated some colourful overalls.
Gifts have been donated by:
- Gymphobics – Goody bags full of gifts and magazines, including a free enrolment and free induction offer for our key workers with a saving of £145 per person.
We will be trying to share as many of these donations across our social media channels as possible. Thank you so much to everyone that is offering us help as we deal with the pandemic while we make sure we can continue to help as many people as possible here at the hospice and in the wider community.