Symonds & Sampson name Bournemouth Hospital Charity their ‘Charity of the year’

Local estate agents Symonds and Sampson have named Bournemouth Hospital Charity as their ‘Charity of the year’

Symonds and Sampson will be supporting Bournemouth Hospital Charity during 2019, by taking part in events that the charity will be holding throughout the year.

Peter Grout-Smith, Manager of Residential Sales for Symonds and Sampson said,

“Symonds & Sampson are proud to be partnered with Bournemouth Hospital Charity this year along with Wessex Heartbeat. The charities have been personally selected by our Senior Partner Andrew Robinson, who due to ill health during 2018 became all too familiar with the services of the NHS in Southampton and Bournemouth.

We are delighted to see Andrew fit and well again and therefore only too pleased to support charities which have aided not only his recovery – but also supported his family during a difficult year. Andrew has also set us the challenge to raise £10,000 for the two charities this year, and we will look forward to rising to the challenge’

Staff within the firm have planned to hold regular cake sales, a tractor event during the May bank holiday weekend and even taking part in a skydive and other events being organised by the Charity. The money raised will be split equally between Bournemouth Hospital Charity and Wessex Heartbeat.

Lindsey Sturman, Fundraising Manager for Bournemouth Hospital Charity, was excited to embark on this new fundraising journey with Symonds and Sampson,

“I was thrilled to hear that Symonds & Sampson have chosen Bournemouth Hospital Charity as their ‘Charity of the year’. We are one of two charities they have chosen to support, and we are and I am really excited about working with them during this year. They are really engaged with fundraising and have already got a whole host of activities planned to help them reach their £10,000 target.

Our charity was established to make a difference to every patient with any condition that is treated at our hospital and it is only through working with the local community and businesses that we are able to do this.”

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