Furry fundraising fun at East Hill House

As part of their enthusiastic charity fundraising programme for 2013, East Hill House in Hampshire held a ‘Name the Cuddly Toy’ competition recently in aid of the Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund.

The competition, which was organised by Activity Coordinator Charlotte Oliver, raised valuable proceeds towards the ‘Caring Grants Programme,’ which gives direct financial support to families with a child suffering from Cancer or Leukaemia.

Charlotte gathered donations from the residents, staff and visitors at East Hill along with their guesses for the name of the cuddly toy. The draw was then held a few days later and the lucky winner was East Hill House resident, Marion Dutson (pictured.)

The competition helped to raise £30.00 which will go towards making a positive difference to the lives of children suffering from Cancer or Leukaemia.

Everyone at East Hill House would like to congratulate Mrs Dutson and say a big thank you to Charlotte for running the competition.

 

Located in the village of Liss, the attractive Hampshire care home provides residential and specialist dementia care in a unique setting for up to 35 elderly people.

East Hill House Care Home

Home Manager

Samantha Booty

Address

East Hill Drive,
Hillbrow Road,
Liss,
Hampshire,
GU33 7RR

Contact
0808 223 5501
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