Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Sunday, 10th April - Hope Hospice

Sunday was a bit of a write-off, with no time whatsoever, so I actually did this on Monday! I took MrM to Portmeirion in North Wales and the hotel we stayed in had a collection tin for a children's hospice called Hope House. I didn't have any Welsh currency (hahahaha!) so put in some English money...

Making the most of short and precious lives
When a parent is told their child will not live to be an adult it is the start of an agonising journey. A childhood terminal illness challenges every belief, emotion and dream a parent may have for their special son or daughter.

Hope House Children’s Hospices – Hope House in Oswestry and Ty Gobaith in Conwy – provide practical and emotional support to families facing the pain of losing their precious child.

It costs £3.5 million a year to run both hospices which rely almost entirely upon donations as well as many generous individuals who fundraise on our behalf by organising fantastic fundraising events across the regions.



www.hopehouse.org.uk

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