Potts Print (UK) Supports St Oswald’s Hospice With Charitable Donation

Potts Print (UK) is pleased to announce a charitable donation to a well renowned and very deserving local cause, St Oswald’s Hospice. Tom Groves (Head of Business Development) and Andy Graham (Key Accounts Manager) delivered a cheque for £1750 to the Newcastle-based charity this week.

Andy and Tom at St Oswald's

From Left: Andy Graham, Emma Noble (Fundraiser for St Oswald’s), Tom Groves

Potts Print (UK) has a long established relationship with St Oswald’s, and is delighted to be able to support their organisation in this way. The facility in Gosforth provides specialist care for local adults, young people and children, including a day hospice, lymphoedema service, an inpatient unit, complementary therapy service, consultant outpatient clinic and an outreach service. They make no charge for any of these services, ensuring hospice care is available to everyone.

Emma Noble, Fundraiser at St Oswald’s, says: “We are extremely grateful that Potts have chosen to support St Oswald’s. We rely on the generosity of local people and support from companies like Potts help us to continue providing specialist care for children, young people and adults from across the North East.

If you would like to support St Oswald’s Hospice you can get involved with a fundraising event at www.stoswaldsuk.org/shop/support or visit one of the St Oswald’s Shops around the north east.

Laurie Cansfield
Corporate Communications Manager
Potts Print (UK)

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