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23rd November 2021

Two North Essex based businesses pledge their support to local hospice

Two local businesses have pledged to support St Helena Hospice for the next year by signing up to become the local charity’s Corporate Membership partners.

Colchester based customer experience and supply chain management consultancy Enigen, and Halstead based eCommerce fulfilment service Whitehouse Solutions have become the newest members of St Helena Hospice’s Corporate Membership Scheme.

The year long partnership offers businesses an opportunity to respond to their corporate responsibility and support their community, as members make a donation of £1,000 to the hospice.

Erin Shaw, director of people and culture at Enigen said: “St Helena offer incredible support to the local community and have left a positive impact on the lives of some of our team. As a result we’re thrilled to sign up to their Corporate Membership Scheme to demonstrate our dedication to the charity and our support for the work that they do. We look forward to continuing to support them in these challenging times through fundraising and awareness raising activities.”

Emma Bragg, customer service manager at Whitehouse Solutions said: “ As a family business we wanted to give back to other families and the local community by supporting St Helena Hospice. The charity holds a place close to our hearts as in 2017 we lost a key member of not just the family but the business as well. St Helena Hospice was with us from beginning to end and for the bereavement process. We are thankful for their help and care to not just us, but to all that are struggling. We look forward to supporting and working together in the future”

Matthew Bragg operations director and Emma Bragg customer service manager at Whitehouse Solutions

Matthew Bragg operations director and Emma Bragg customer service manager at Whitehouse Solutions

Sarah Wilson, fundraising manager at St Helena Hospice, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to welcome two more brilliant local businesses to our Corporate Membership Scheme. Their donations will go towards the running of the hospice, helping pay for vital equipment and key clinical and domestic staff, including nurses and doctors, so we can continue to provide excellent care to hundreds of patients and families every year.”

Enigen and Whitehouse Solutions join existing Corporate Membership Partners: Weeks Construction Limited, Imperial Finishes Ltd, Essex Mechanical Services, Eco Heating Store, Ultimotive, and Jones and Whymark.

For more information about St Helena Hospice’s Corporate Membership Scheme visit sthelena.org.uk/corporatemembership or call 01206 931 468.

 

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