three March 2020
The Hays Journey’s Finaghy department hosted a household afternoon with crafts, treats and a go to from Minnie Mouse, all in a terrific trigger.
To assist a buyer, the workforce determined to boost cash for Serving to Hand, a charity established by medical workers on the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Youngsters to help children of their care.
Cash raised by Serving to Hand goes straight in direction of very important new tools to assist diagnose and deal with the hospital’s younger sufferers in addition to offering services and providers for households. The charity has paid for gadgets similar to reclining chairs that permit mother and father to remain in a single day and sleep alongside their kids.
When buyer Ashlea requested the workforce for assist to spice up the fund, they rose to the problem. Andrew Roden, department supervisor, and the entire workforce within the department set to work to organise a enjoyable day for households, offering snacks and treats and kids’s crafts and video games. The workforce had a serving to hand of their very own as Minnie Mouse helped them increase cash across the city.
Andrew stated: “This charity helped one in every of our clients a lot that we actually needed to do no matter we may to assist. Though it was solely a small occasion, it helped increase the charity’s profile. It was nice enjoyable displaying Minnie Mouse round Finaghy and lots of people donated very generously. Hopefully that is the primary of many fundraising occasions that we’ll be doing collectively as a workforce.”
Ashlea, the client who instructed the fundraiser stated: “My little boy was admitted to the intensive care unit on the Royal Belfast Hospital at simply three weeks outdated. The workers had been so unbelievable – they actually saved his life. That is why I’m fundraising for Serving to Hand and I wish to thank the workers at Hays Journey for all they’ve performed to assist.”
Irene Hays, joint proprietor and chair of Hays Journey, stated: “It’s a part of the Hays Journey ethos to encourage colleagues to make a contribution to the communities the place they stay and work. Every department receives £500 as a part of our neighborhood partnership scheme to contribute to the communities the place they’re.”