The company constantly strives to support their local community reflecting their business values of inspiring food and nourishing life.
The patient gardens at Alice House Hospice have received a lovely boost thanks to the kindness and support from Kerry Taste and Nutrition of Hartlepool who donated plants, furniture and their own manpower.
Welcome to local business Mayfield Insurance who have joined our Guild of Patrons
The Guild is made up of a group of businesses, each pledging a donation of £5,000 per year.
Teesside International Airport has today (12 March) revealed that it is partnering up with three local charities to support their fundraising, with the first initiative helping holidaymakers give back while getting rid of their unwanted foreign currency.
Leanne Barker arranges activity packs for inpatients at Alice House in memory of her late mam, Ruth.
Leanne's mam, Ruth was a patient at Alice House's Day Hospice before she died in 2020 and her Wednesday's at the Holistic Wellbeing Centre were the highlight of her week.
Local manufacturing business Exwold Technology have continued to support Alice House throughout a very difficult 2020.
Alice House faces serious funding challenges as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic and having to cancel almost their entire fundraising calendar for the year.
Alice House Hospice have recently received a donation from oil and gas companies PX Limited and NSMP which has been used to improve patients’ rooms and gardens.
A team of staff members at Hartlepool College of Further Education - Debbie Hill and “The Dedicated WARMS” who are responsible for the Welfare and Safeguarding of the students are participating in the 2.6 challenge to raise funds for Alice House Hospice and will be involving their families too.
The 2.6 Challenge is a national appeal to raise money for charities all over the country by asking supporters to raise money for their chosen organisations, based around the numbers 2 and 6.
Alice House has taken delivery of thousands of items of much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE) thanks to local authority and business donations.
Alice House received 1,000 aprons and 1,000 pairs of disposable gloves from Hartlepool Borough Council, and 1,000 face masks from EDF Energy, operator of Hartlepool Power Station.
Ramsdens, the popular currency exchange provider and financial services business, has launched a new initiative to encourage shoppers to transform their unwanted and unused foreign currency into much-needed funds for local charities
The Loose Change initiative will see each of Ramsdens’s 157 stores across the country introduce an unwanted currency collection point.
Alice House Hospice has collaborated with a number of high-profile, local organisations to host the first-ever Alice House Hospice Celebration Dinner, held at the luxurious Wynyard Hall and raising an incredible £11,500 for patient care services.
The event was sponsored by Hospice Patrons Utility Alliance and co-hosted by Property Webmasters and Orangebox Training Solutions, who helped to organise the night. It was compered by Simon Corbett, CEO at Orangebox and was also attended by Santander staff who organised the raffle and auction.