church picks local hospice as its charity of the year
Methodist church has chosen a local hospice as its charity of the
year for 2017.
Margaret's Hospice says it is "absolutely delighted" to
have been chosen as the charity to benefit from the church's regular
coffee mornings which are held on the every Saturday of every month.
will be serving teas and coffees, with fresh baked cakes and biscuits.
There will be a raffle with ten prizes each month and a Bric-a-Brac
stall with fresh items every month to browse over.
Margarets are extremely grateful to the generosity of the
Methodist church to grant us regular opportunity to raise much-needed
funds," said Terena Young, the charity's Community Fundraiser
for Sedgemoor. "We hope to see you there."
The charity says that one in three people in Somerset will need
its support in their lifetime.
Margarets Hospice has been providing its service for over
35 years, delivering quality, responsive and compassionate care
to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness.
of the care and support we provide is free of charge to patients
and their loved ones."
therefore rely heavily on the generosity of our supporters and the
local community to ensure that we can continue to provide vital
end of life care."
have an army of 1200+ volunteers, undertaking a wide variety of
roles across the full breadth of the organisation including clinical,
fundraising, retail and all support services. We could not provide
our service without them."
Some of the hospice fundraisers at an event in Burnham last year