Hurst Doors Partners With Dove House Hospice To Make A Difference In 2024

by | Apr 24, 2024 | Charity

Hurst Doors has partnered with Dove House Hospice, a local charity dedicated to providing vital care and support to individuals and families facing life-limiting illnesses, bereavement, and loneliness. 

The collaboration between Hurst and Dove House Hospice aims to raise funds, and spirits throughout 2024, embodying the essence of community support and commitment.

Hayley Barker, head of marketing at Hurst Doors, highlighted the significance of the collaboration: “For Hurst, being able to partner with Dove House and support them throughout 2024 is an opportunity to raise awareness for the fantastic work that the charity does. 

“Moreover, it allows us to engage our team in meaningful initiatives that not only give back to the community but also foster a sense of purpose and camaraderie among our employees.”

Dove House Hospice, deeply ingrained in the local community, provides invaluable care and support services to individuals facing challenging circumstances. 

With limited government funding covering only a fraction of their operational costs, Dove House relies heavily on the generosity of individuals and businesses to sustain their crucial services. 

Through its partnership with Hurst, Dove House aims to amplify its fundraising efforts and reach new heights of community engagement and support.

Jonny Bottomley, Partnership Development Fundraiser at Dove House Hospice, praised Hurst’s approach to community engagement: “Hurst is doing it in the right way. They’re picking the right things to get that engagement and getting the most out of the partnership. 

“Having a company like Hurst associated with us is a great endorsement for the business community, showcasing their commitment to local charities and community welfare.”

Throughout 2024, Hurst and Dove House Hospice will embark on a series of engaging fundraising activities and events. From bake-off competitions to exhilarating challenges, both organisations are committed to making a lasting impact. 

The calendar of events includes participation in Dove House Hospice’s signature initiatives such as the Get Caked event in April, a 5-mile muddy obstacle course, and the 10k run in June. Additionally, Hurst will sponsor a twelve-mile pub-to-pub walk in August, culminating in the fire and ice challenge in October, where participants will walk over fire, ice, and cut glass—a testament to their dedication to the cause.

As the partnership between Hurst Doors and Dove House Hospice unfolds, both organisations are poised to inspire their communities, foster goodwill, and make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who need it most.

If you want to show support for Dove House Hospice, then please visit the main Just Giving page here – www.justgiving.com/team/hurstdoors

www.hurstdoors.co.uk

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